Latest Award

I’m a Ruby Finalist!

I’m thrilled to share that my romantic suspense novel ‘A Dangerous Arrangement’ is a finalist in the Romance Writers of Australia Romantic Book of the Year (Ruby) Award in the Romantic Elements category.

I received the news via a phone call (yes the old fashioned way) and could barely contain my excitement. I would like to take this opportunity to congratulate my co-finalists, Rachael Johns, Tricia Stringer and Mary Brock Jones. Also, I would like to thank the coordinators of the contest and the judges for their many hours of tireless work.

Lee Christine

Latest Releases

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When Cameron Reid returns home from Iraq his sole intention is to help his ailing father restore the family cattle station, Bindarra Downs, to its former glory. But when Rhiannon Scott, a girl he hasn’t seen in fifteen years comes knocking at his father’s door, Read More


Kicking off a brand new romantic suspense series from Lee Christine comes A Dangerous Arrangement: a violinist with a secret, a billionaire with a problem, and a race against time set against the beautiful Amalfi Coast. Read More

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It was only supposed to be a casual affair, a stress-relieving night time romp, a secret just between the two of them. But when divorce lawyer Laila Read More


Smooth, seductive and savage: Lee Christine returns to the dark, criminal underbelly of Sydney with her follow-up to In Safe Hands. Read More


She thinks she needs him, but she doesn’t know the secrets he keeps…Threatened with the publication of naked photographs taken in her law Read More


A potent cocktail of love, danger and high stakes suspense.

About Lee

DSC02569My mother did the right thing. She read to me as a child. And when I insisted she read my favourite books over and over, she never complained. Little did I know, she could recite most of them cover to cover.

Then around the age of eight a friend handed me a Donna Parker book, and I was immediately hooked on amateur detective stories. After Donna Parker came Trixie Belden, the Famous Five, Nancy Drew, The Secret Seven, and of course the pony books that girls usually love to read.

In early high school, my reading took a change of direction when I stumbled across a Lucy Walker novel in the school library. I took one home, devoured it and revisited the library until I’d read every single one. At night, when I should have been studying, I was under the blankets with a torch, reading until all hours of the night, lost in the great romances set in the Australian outback. Read More