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y separately published work icon The Billionaire's Housekeeper Mistress Richmond : Mills and Boon , 2010 Z1779213 2010 single work novel romance 'Paid to be his housekeeper, or to warm his bed? An afternoon at the races, laced with champagne and women, is just another event for Ethan Cartwright, until very ordinary Daisy Donohue catches his eye. Daisy knows to keep her head down and stay invisible amongst the throngs of designer-clad socialites. But ruthless Ethan is intrigued by the drab assistant, and can't resist one passionate embrace! Daisy is devastated to be fired for a kiss, she needs her job! That's where Ethan comes in. He has a new role in mind: housekeeper by day, bedmate by night.' (Trove record)
2011 shortlisted Romance Writers of Australia, Romantic Book of the Year Award Short Sexy Romance
y separately published work icon Who Killed Camilla? Sydney : Macmillan , 2003 Z1062956 2003 single work novel crime Hollywood's hottest property, Camilla Page, has just wrapped up the shoot of her latest movie and she's chosen an exclusive Barrier Reef island resort as the setting of her surprise wedding to Australian cameraman, Jimmy Ryder - a man hell-bent on riding the gravy train that's come his way... from back cover (2003)
2004 nominated Ned Kelly Awards for Crime Writing Best Novel
y separately published work icon Who Killed Bianca? Sydney : Macmillan , 2002 Z1048921 2002 single work novel crime

Bianca Bernini did not foresee she would inspire her own murder when she boarded the legendary Ghan for the two day train trip from Sydney to Alice Springs. As the most read, most listened to gossip columnist in Australia, she was revelling in he power to ruin the lives of eight other passengers - eight highly placed, privileged people, who were determined on hiding their secrets at any cost. What would they pay to stop the public revelations she could and would make? For K.C. Gordon, successful romance novelist, travelling is a way of recharging her batteries - meeting new people, seeing new places, embracing new experiences. Wanting to set her next story in the Australian outback she starts off her trip on The Ghan hoping some of the passengers will provide inspiration for new characters. Within an hour of the train leaving platform one she is reluctantly drawn into the web Bianca is weaving around her victims. But the web is already spun. - back cover (Macmillan, 2002)

2003 nominated Davitt Award Best Adult Crime Novel
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