Maudie (The Line of Passion Trilogy book 1)

Maudie (The Line of Passion Trilogy book 1)

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by Karen Mason
     
 
First in a trilogy of novellas about three generations of women who risk everything they have for the sake of passion. When wealthy Maudie Ryder falls in love with an Irish poet she risks losing her marriage, her fortune, and most of all the daughter she adores.

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First in a trilogy of novellas about three generations of women who risk everything they have for the sake of passion. When wealthy Maudie Ryder falls in love with an Irish poet she risks losing her marriage, her fortune, and most of all the daughter she adores.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940032958635
Publisher:
Karen Mason
Publication date:
12/16/2011
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
503 KB

Meet the Author

Karen Mason was born in London in 1971 and still resides there. She has been writing since childhood and won her first accolade aged seven when she came second in the Blue Peter ‘Write a Limerick for Goldie the Dog’ competition. Fifteen years later she came second in the now defunct Me! Magazine, ‘Write a Blockbuster’ competition with an early novel called Violet’s Children. She first published her novel Summerset in 2008 and has gone on to release Mad About the Boy and Two Become One and Winner Takes it All – the sequel to Summerset, Mrs Osbourne Regrets, The True Tale of Jezebel Cole, Only You, The Line of Passion Trilogy, Never Forget,Scorpio Rising - a Phillipa Hardcastle mystery and Paradise Lost. Winter will see the release of 'The Exciting Life' - the latest book in the Never Forget saga, and summer 2013 will see the release of 'Rent' - book two of the Phillipa Hardcastle Mysteries.

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Maudie (The Line of Passion Trilogy Book 1) 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Wow,this author is fanstatic. Can't wait to read "Kate" or book two of the trio.
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I enjoyed this book
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I am 19 years old an i really liked this book. The transition of the introduction to the rest of the book threw me off at first because of the time difference but after that it was great. Maude, the main character, is very likeable. And although the book is about adultery it is very clean. The only part i could have asked for more is the ending... life inst that easy. But ill let you figure that out yourselves.