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Du Rose Legacy

End of the line. End of a life. Is this the end of a legacy?

“The woman turned her steely gaze onto Hana and the men stopped talking. Logan’s grey eyes pierced her soul. They were alight and sparkling, more animated than she had ever seen them, but there was a depth of something she had not previously encountered. He looked like a moth which deliberately flies too near a flame, thrill seeking.”

Hana’s up to her neck in trouble. Her turbulent marriage to Logan is hindered by his secrets, but when he shares the truth about his other occupation, life as she knew it is over. Thrust into a world of dangerous business associates and clandestine meetings, Hana is pushed to her limit. Death visits the Du Roses when they least expect it and everything crumbles, destroying a legacy from the inside out.

Only time will tell if the Du Roses can recover from this.

If you like page turning drama and living life on the edge, you’ll love the Du Roses.

Buy Du Rose Legacy and take a virtual break in stunning New Zealand.


What readers are saying

“After reading the first book in the series, I was hooked and had to get all the rest.”  Bossmare

“Be prepared to want to read right through the night.” Rosalie

“I love the Hana series, and this book did not fail to catch my interest and I read until my eyes fell out.” Marie Alexander

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For those people who always want to know what music an author was listening to while writing; Du Rose Legacy was definitely a child of Bastille’s ‘Laughter Lines.’ It’s the idea that some relationships surpass time and space. Logan loved Hana from that first moment on the train and never cared about stretch marks or laughter lines. He didn’t allow time or hardship to diminish her in his eyes. My youngest daughter got me playing Bastille and I listened to this song over and over, especially when writing the last few chapters. C’est la vie.

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