Lawyers, Alina and Jarin meet while participating in a white water rafting trip at an in-at the White Water Lodge. They survive being tossed from a raft and over a waterfall and manage to reach a bush hut just before a summer storm arrives.
So begins this romantic thriller about their lives and those in the two Auckland law firms where they work. Silverstone Law where Alina works is an upmarket firm with a devious hidden agenda and corrupt leaders including Titan Silverstone. Jarin, is the owner of a small law firm Boyd and Boyd inherited from his father,dealing with mainly family law clients
As they become closer, Alina tells Jarin about a previous Silverstone Law Christmas party where she along with other female colleagues had been drugged and sexually abused. Her selection to attend this in-service course was made to pacify her but she is still humiliated and angry about the incident. She is, however, bound by a contact to remain with Silverstone Law for two years and fears that to break this contract will ruin her law career.
Back in Auckland, Jarin tries to help Alina out of the contract but it is her father Stan, a retired police sergeant with knowledge about Titan Silverstone who unknown to Alina threatens to expose the man if he doesn’t release her from the contract. Titan does this but vows vengeance against her for even trying to lay a complaint against him.
Alana resigns and joins Jarin at Boyd and Boyd to become a highly successful lawyer in family law with her mainly women clients. She also helps other women from her old firm to further antagonise Titan Silverstone.
Jarin and Alana research the practices of Silverstone Law and find it owns White Water Lodge and is under investigation by the police for illegal drug offences and the importation of young women to service a prostitution sham there. Alana and Jarin along with Doug McCann, a private detective set out to expose the firm and bring Titan and others responsible to justice.
Their findings led to a police raid on the lodge but danger and retaliation from the powerful Titan and Silverstone Law. In his eyes, if this slut of a girl thinks she can ruin his reputation and that of his firm she along and her new boyfriend would both suffer the consequences of meddling in his life.
Follow Alana and Jarin as their affection turns to love and their lives as lawyers at the newly named Watershed Law prosper.
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After trying a couple of themes including Science Fiction, I have decided to write another contemporary novel along the lines of but not exactly the same as Turbulence, my latest contemporay novel. It is entitled New Beginnings and centres around a coffee bar that Erika Turner, one of our main characters, has recently established.
But why has she done this after leaving a high profile Associate Principal’s position at a local high school?
Rhett Fleming ,another main character, a lawyer and customer at ‘Brunch & Coffee’ is curious to find out.
The scene above has been made up to get myself motivated, something I have often done when beginning a new novel.
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In New Zealand the small commuter aeroplane British tourists Jenny and Bree fly in crashes in thick bush country. The pilot is killed and they try to survive by themselves. However, all is not lost, for a tramper in the bush, Ray Barnett and his dog, Pattie find them.
After a cave-in at Misty Depths Catacombs, Renee finds herself stranded with a broken ankle and two strangers, Lem, a business man and a runaway teenager, Courtney. They must trust and depend on each other, not knowing whether they will survive the ordeal. The cave is the catalyst but the events depend of Renee, who finds herself drawn into the lives of her companions
Beyond the Fire
Set in the exotic Australian outback, teenagers Abbey and Cooper are in their final year at high school. With problems they’re both trying to escape from, they make the monumental decision to run away together.They’re faced instead with bushfire, criminals on the run and possible murder charges–if they can survive long enough.
Jana and Kelsie along with artist Rowan and an elderly couple, Hank and Denise are passengers on a container ship Konstellation on a three month Pacific Ocean cruise. Terrorists attack the ship and strip it. The five hide and later make it to an atoll. Problems arise when they attempt to live together. A month later a boat arrives but it is from North Korea. How do they cope?
The search is over. Computers aboard Starship Omega find a planet that can support humanoid life. It is over populated, polluted and has another problem; forty eight percent of the human population are males, well beyond that needed to maintain the sperm banks.
It is time to prepare and awaken Pazz. Alone, with only an armlet computer for company, she lands in the Australian desert.
Anu is the last Blue, an advanced humanoid race living in an hallucinatory world that works well.This is until a car accident causes Talbot to discover that his real existence is an empty, derelict township. Also, the dozens of friends and acquaintances he interacts with don’t exist. Anu and a pregnant Erin are the only real people in the town.
But where is the man who impregnated Erin?