The Actuary

The Actuary

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Emma is a young mother raising her son in terrible poverty, when she runs into her former Russian lover. The gorgeous Rohan Andreyev is determined to pursue her but the spiteful women who surround him, conspire to make Emma's life unbearable. When Rohan's work as an actuary spills over into his personal life, Emma finds herself at the centre of a dangerous conspiracy that will leave her in the hands of ruthless men. Into the intrigue comes Rohan's business partner, Christopher Dolan. Irish, handsome and with an agenda of his own, Emma struggles to understand whether he is friend or foe as the men in her life seem determined to win or destroy her. Emma has a choice to make; whether to stay in the sleepy town of Market Harborough or disappear with her son forever. Whatever she decides, there is one good reason why her fate will be linked to Rohan Andreyev's until the end of time; she loves him. But he is the Actuary and his job isn't quite what he led her to believe.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 486 pages
  • 127 x 203.2 x 30.99mm | 612.35g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 151425980X
  • 9781514259801

About K T Bowes

K T Bowes has worked in education for more than a decade, both in New Zealand and the United Kingdom and has been writing since she could first hold a pencil. She is married with four beautiful children who are all now making their own way in the world. She lives in the North Island of New Zealand between the Hakarimata Ranges and the Waikato River with a mad cat and often a few crazy horses. She loves to ride but unfortunately keeps falling off and breaking bones so has gone back to road running instead. She can't be seen pacing the streets of Ngaruawahia because she runs in the dark, convinced people will laugh. Often accompanied by one of her characters complaining about something, the author appears to have mental problems as she frequently answers back, which is another good reason for running under cover of darkness.show more

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152 ratings
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4 34% (52)
3 22% (34)
2 10% (15)
1 5% (8)
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