The Unbreakable Trilogy

The Unbreakable Trilogy Pages Of Passion, Love And Betrayal The Unbreakable Trilogy A Must Read For Fans Of Erotic RomanceIn THE SILVER CHAIN, Photographer Serena Folkes Is Indulging Her Impulsive Side With A Night Time Shoot But Someone Is Watching Her Mysterious Entrepreneur Gustav Levi Serena Doesn T Know It Yet, But This Handsome Stranger Will Change Her Life Forever In THE GOLDEN LOCKET, Serenna And Gustav Are Ensconced In His Penthouse Mansion In New York All Seems Blissfully Happy But With A Whole New World Of Sexual Encounters Out There For Them To Explore, Their Eyes Are Soon Opened Far Beyond Their Cosy World Is Their Love Enough To Survive The Excitement That The Big Apple Holds In THE DIAMOND RING, Life Should Be Blissful For Gustav And Serena It Should Be A Time Of Happiness A Time To Plan Their Their Future Together But The Ghosts Of Gustav S Past Have Returned To Haunt Him, And One In Particular Casts A Dangerous Shadow Over Their Relationship

Oxford educated mother of three boys masquerading as respectable pillar of society but harbouring secret ambition to be considered a MILF Writer of freelance features on single motherhood, older parenthood, MS and erotica Published erotica author of Country Pleasures Club Creme and Behind the Curtain for Black Lace Random Acts of Lust and Out of Focus for Xcite Books and Sisters in

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 897 pages
  • The Unbreakable Trilogy
  • Primula Bond
  • English
  • 15 June 2018

10 thoughts on “The Unbreakable Trilogy

  1. says:

    Great storyline, a bit choppyThis author is definitively one to Follow The storyline was great but pulling together the details were a bit choppy Sometimes there were too many details and other times the details were so brief it left you wondering why this person was introduced or the significance of that moment This was not the easiest story to Follow but well worth the wait If you decide to read this series, hang in there until the end.

  2. says:

    way to flowery language for the genre it completely takes away from the quick escape reading if I were reading a different genre it would ve been less distracting at leAst for me ended my read at 4%

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