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Trial in the Sun

Trial in the Sun You think you only have to crook your little finger to have everyone falling over themselves to please you Brett Sanderson was a very rich businessman and his exclusive Caribbean hotel was just one of

You think you only have to crook your little finger to have everyone falling over themselves to please you Brett Sanderson was a very rich businessman and his exclusive Caribbean hotel was just one of his many interests Beautiful women were another And Brett wasn t used to taking no for an answer Lisa had no intention of being the latest in a long line of females to You think you only have to crook your little finger to have everyone falling over themselves to please you Brett Sanderson was a very rich businessman and his exclusive Caribbean hotel was just one of his many interests Beautiful women were another And Brett wasn t used to taking no for an answer Lisa had no intention of being the latest in a long line of females to share his bed But it seemed that Brett had decided otherwise.

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  1. Kay Thorpe says:
    Kay Thorpe was born on 1935 in Sheffield, South Yorkshire, England, UK An avid reader from the time when words on paper began to make sense, she developed a lively imagination of her own, making up stories for the entertainment of her young friends After leaving school, she tried a variety of jobs, including dental nursing, and a spell in the Women s Royal Airforce from which she emerged knowing a whole lot about life if only as an observer.In 1960, she married with Tony, but didn t begin thinking about trying her hand at writing for a living until she gave up work some four years later to have a baby, John Having read Mills Boon novels herself, and done some market research in the local library asking readers what it was they particularly liked about the books, she decided to aim for a particular market, and was fortunate to have her very first, completed manuscript accepted The Last of the Mallorys, published in 1968 Since then she has written over seventy five books, which doesn t begin to compare with the output of some Mills Boon authors, but still leaves her wondering where all those words came from.Sometimes, she finds she has become two different people the writer at her happiest when involved in the world of books and authors and the housewife, turning her hands to the everyday needs of husband and son Once in a while, she finds it difficult to step from one role to the other She likes cooking, for instance, but she finds that it can be an irritating interruption when she s preoccupied with work on a novel, so the quality of her efforts in the kitchen tend to be a little erratic She says, As my husband once remarked, my writing gives life a fascinating element of uncertainly one day a perfect coq au vin, the next day a couple of burned chops Luckily Kay has daily professional help with her housework, and that leaves her time to indulge in her hobbies Like many other Mills Boon authors, she admits to being a voracious consumer of books, a quality she shares with her readers She likes music and horseback riding, which she does in the countryside near her home But her favorite hobby is travel especially to places that will make good settings for her books.Kay now lives on the outskirts of Chesterfield in Derbyshire, along with husband, Tony, and a huge tabby cat called Mad Max her one son having flown the coop Some day she ll think about retiring, but not yet awhile.

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