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Her new husband is gorgeous, but Hana's secret marriage to Logan promises trouble. Her son knows something he's not telling and uses his connections as a police officer to pick holes in Logan's character.
Logan Du Rose is not just a school teacher. He's living some kind of double life and Hana's naive trust leaves her blindsided. The family she's married into is complicated and twisted and she discovers it's operating under a very different moral code to hers. When Logan is seriously injured, she watches the Du Roses close ranks and unify. Against her.
As the blonde man's harassment increases, Hana seems no nearer to finding out what he wants from her. Just as she thinks life can't get any worse, an alarming discovery will leave her reeling.
What would you do, if you'd repeated the same mistake twice in one lifetime?
A quote from the novel - 'Logan Du Rose resembled a deep lagoon. No matter how far Hana dived into the black water, she might never find the bedrock. She may have miles to chart or be about to break her neck on the bottom.'
This is the second of the Hana Du Rose Mysteries.
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About the Author
K T Bowes is the author of ten other books.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Heather Osborne for Readers' Favorite The saga of Hana Johal, now Hana Du Rose, continues in the second installment of The Du Rose Mysteries by KT Bowes. Hana is trying to settle into her married life, captivated by her wonderful and mysterious husband, Logan. However, they are still haunted by events of the past, and new secrets are revealed every day it seems. Hana simply wants peace to enjoy her second chance at love. However, with jealous relatives, strange henchmen, and a stubborn husband, will she ever get a moment’s peace? Having read the first book in the series, About Hana, I can say with all sincerity that Hana Du Rose is as good, if not better! Now the background story has been put in place, Bowes was able to focus on Logan and Hana’s relationship in intricate detail. I found the second book to be more free flowing, following both through their accident prone lives, even if not all of them are their own faults! I loved the fact the pair had a flawed relationship as it was more realistic and relatable. Sometimes, when you read a women’s fiction book, the romances are almost too good to be true. Hana and Logan are like every other couple, except someone is still after Hana for unknown reasons. Again, the descriptions of the scenery made me feel like I was right there in New Zealand along with them. I’m very much looking forward to the final installment, where I hope to gain the answers to my questions. Even though this isn’t a standalone, it’s very worthwhile to read The Du Rose Mysteries from the beginning! Hana Du Rose by KT Bowes is another stellar example of what women’s fiction should be!
I started reading this and just had to get everyone of these books in this series......It just pulls you in and you can't stop reading....you really feel for the characters and want the best to turn out....I can't wait for her next one that will be out in 2015!!!