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Running the Risk: The Milton St John Trilogy

Christina Jones

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The second instalment in the addictively charming The Milton St John Trilogy!

Readers LOVE Christina Jones' uplifting romance novels!

'Warm, witty and wonderful' KATIE FFORDE

'The whole series is excellent and each story quite different. Good characters and story line. Pure escapism' ***** Reader review

'Christina is a magnificent writer! Reading her work is like watching episode after episode of a great drama... I love her work!' ***** Reader review

'This lady is fantastic, all her books are amazing and you can never put them down... Can't wait for more' ***** Reader review

'Really enjoyed reading this book. Full of humour and a lovely story' ***** Reader review

'Very entertaining & well written story' ***** Reader review

Is mixing business with pleasure ever really worth the risk?

Georgia Drummond and her grandmother, Cecilia, run a small but successful transport company. When gorgeous Rory Faulkner walks into her life - both personally and professionally - Georgia is delighted.

Then things start to go very wrong: the business loses clients and a series of accidents looks more and more suspicious. Is there any connection between Rory's arrival and the problems? Is Rory who he claims to be? And is Georgia prepared to lose the man she loves and run the risk to find out?

Love Christina Jones' fun family sagas? Then check out Dancing in the Moonlight, Going the Distance and Jumping to Conclusions. All part of the heartwarming The Milton St John Trilogy!

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Christina Jones

Christina Jones has written all of her life (as well as having millions of Proper Jobs including factory worker, secretary, nightclub dancer, blood donor attendant, barmaid, waitress, civil servant and fruit picker) Christina first had a short story published when she was just 14 years old. She has written for teenage and women's magazines - fiction and non-fiction - for a number of years, had her own humour column in The Oxford Times, and has contributed to national newspapers.

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