Capturing The Lost Woman

Capturing The Lost Woman

by Anna Buckley
Capturing The Lost Woman

Capturing The Lost Woman

by Anna Buckley



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Have you ever dreamed of escaping the madness of your ridiculously complicated life?

Capturing the lost woman is book two in the series that follows Christina Maxwell on her erotic adventures.

Book one, AWAKENING the lost woman, saw the transformation of Christina from a dowdy housewife to a rich and successful, blogger, fashion designer and business woman. We leave her thinking she has found love, only to be rudely rejected by the man who stole her heart.

CAPTURING the lost woman sees Christina visiting America where her business expands beyond her wildest dreams. Amongst the success she receives some pertinent advice;

‘Find someone to share the journey with.’
‘Find a life away from work.’
‘Find a place to escape to.’
‘And lastly, have fun... ’

Back in Melbourne things don't go to plan. She has become so driven that she fails to see her personal life falling apart around her. Her close friends tell her she needs to take time out.

She heads to Tasmania hoping time on the remote island will give her the space needed to clear her head, and to think about how she might act on the wise words given by her American friends. Unexpectedly she finds herself in the wilderness and is forced to seriously contemplate what her future might hold.

‘Getting away from it all’ might not be the answer.
Beware of what you wish for...

Product Details

BN ID: 2940046063486
Publisher: Anna Buckley
Publication date: 06/29/2014
Series: The Lost Woman , #2
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: eBook
File size: 689 KB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Anna Buckley is an author based in Cairns, Australia. Her previous career was in design.
She writes books about women taking control of their lives, financially, emotionally and sexually. Her stories are set across the world and feature art, architecture, design, fashion, food and wine.

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