Alistair and Sophia have found each other. Their hearts are opening to love again and they are set to have their ‘happily ever after’. Or so it seems.
Sophia, the ravishing owner of Leibowitz Oil, is determined to have a relationship with him, but a dark and terrible secret lurks beneath the surface she presents to the world. Will she be able to find peace within herself?
Alistair, a powerful banker, is in love with Sophia but has difficulties overcoming his guilt over his daughter’s death and his BDSM proclivities. Certain that he doesn’t deserve to be loved, he will do everything to push Sophia away, despite his love for her. Will he be able to find redemption?
Ethan, a steel tycoon, no less haunted by his secrets and lies, is still in love with Sophia after their short lived relationship. He now lives in an alternate reality he has created, because the loss of Sophia is too unbearable to face. He will pay any price to have her. Will he have her back in his arms or will he overcome his loss and move on?
BETRAYED, the second installment of the TRUST series, journeys back into the past to reveal their secrets and dark deeds. Sophia, Ethan and Alistair will need to overcome their guilt, fear and pain and learn to see themselves through forgiving eyes. Or succumb to their misery.
All I can say is WOW!!! I found the first book irressitable and I can’twait for the second!!
I will be featuring an interview with Cris sometime next week, to talk about Trust, writing and lots more!!! Leave your questions for her as Comments!
A Little About Cris, in her own words,
I live in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, with my husband and two daughters. I’m a lawyer, who specializes in cases of sexual abuse and violence against children and women. I also have a Masters in Business Law and a BA in Fine Arts.
I’ve always loved to read, write and listen to music. I lived and studied in England, France, Italy and Switzerland. Traveling is one of my passions – as is keeping fit and healthy.
After twenty-two years of practicing law, I decided to give writing a go. And – amazingly – it was just the piece that was missing in my life.