The Line Trilogy

The Line Trilogy is three full length novels, each with a conclusive ending.
From New Zealand emerges a tale of romance, lust, danger and murder.

The Finest Line


When potential Olympic gymnast, Mairead Kavanagh wakes up in an Australian hospital after a drug and alcohol binge, her ordeal has only begun. The police are waiting to interview her over the death of her friend, who has plunged to his death from the balcony on which she was found.

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A Line Crossed

  • Book 2

After the dramatic prelude to their relationship, Mairead is happy to let James take the helm of their lives, even if his authority can be somewhat painful. Her unusual desires are finally free to be explored, under his administration, but accepting them in a politically correct world is not so easy.

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A line Drawn

  • Book 3

As Mairead looks to her future with James, their wedding on the horizon, she is plagued with the demons of her past. One of them seems to have invaded her life, but Mairead is uncertain whether she is the victim of a tortured mind, or the prey of an evil man.

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Master Series

Prequel to The Line Trilogy - In 1995, four years after Ukraine declares independence, a man seeks revenge,
even if he has to destroy an innocent girl to achieve his objective.

Master


It is 1995, four years after Ukraine has declared independence.
Lena Petrenko cares little about her country or her miserable life. As the daughter of a racketeer, she has seen enough violence and has shut the whole world out. She lives in her bedroom with her baby doll and immerses herself in fairy tales, creating her own happy endings.

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Sins Of the Master

  • Book 2

The long awaited sequel to Master. In 1995, Jahn Zaleski left Ukraine and became Dylan Tyler, world renowned photographer and recluse, only seen by those chosen to serve him. Nineteen years later, he has everything he needs to stay hidden from the world, but sex, wealth and technology won’t shield him from the memory of the woman he left behind or from those who want him dead.

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