Trust Trilogy Book Three
by Cristiane Serruya
Genre: Adult Contemporary Romance
Cover Artist: Renata Fontanive
PANDORA’S BOX, the last installment of the
TRUST TRILOGY, accompanies Ethan, Alistair
and Sophia in their search for a happily ever
Ethan’s parents reappear in his life, making him
full of anxiety and unnerved. Ethan is beginning
to get attached to Barbara, whom he pays to
physically replace Sophia in his bed. He leads a
double life, keeping Barbara a secret from
everyone. Inadvertently, Barbara has already felt
in love with him. But Ethan still cannot stop
admiring and seeking Sophia’s company.
Alistair’s sister-in-law and ex-lover, tries seduce and blackmail him. He denies her sexual
offers and clearly informs her he’s in love with Sophia; but pays for the compromising
photos she has of him. Although, he thrives in business and in his personal life, he feels sad
for not being able to fulfill Sophia’s desire of having another child.
Sophia, happily settled in her new life, is threatened by her late husband’s parents, who want
custody of their granddaughter and to take her back to Brazil. They accuse Sophia of
unbalanced behavior and of being incapable of taking care of Gabriela. Sophia finishes her
Cambridge PhD and, encouraged by her supervisors, travels to India for the opening of the
new branch of her charity foundation with its biggest contributors, Ashford Steel and its
Board President, Ethan.
Pandora’s Box has been opened by a greedy man, who uncovered that the so many secrets
and wrong deeds committed by Ethan, Alistair and Sophia could bring him millions of
Many are invited to join his team. Each one has an agenda. Each one has a target.
But things get out of control and now, all the demons are on the loose. With so many
enemies out for revenge, what will be reserved for the future of Ethan, Alistair and Sophia?
Coming out in the end of this year.
About the Author:
I live in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, with my husband and two daughters. I'm a lawyer, who specializes in cases of sexual abuse and violence against children and women. I also have a Masters in Business Law and a
BA in Fine Arts. I've always loved to read, write and listen to music. I lived and studied in England, France, Italy, Switzerland, and, of course, Brazil. After twenty-two years of practicing law, I decided to give writing a go. And - amazingly - it was just the piece that was missing in my life.