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I'm a teenager trapped in the body of a thirty-something! I write the kind of books I like to read - something achingly romantic with twists and turns, topped with a good dose of escapism and individuality. I love reading teen fiction: I adored The Twilight Saga, The Hunger Games Trilogy, The Sookie Stackhouse novels, The Shiver Series, The Hush Hush Saga. I hope my books (as and when I finish them and publish them here!) have a similar flavour to these great novels. I live in England and work as an English teacher and this is reflected in my work which is as English as a pot of tea and a plate of scones! If people are kind enough to read my work, I truly hope they enjoy it as much as I do.
on July 31, 2012 :
Yet another amazing read, from the first chapter I was hooked, you never know what coming next!
As with Jo Duchemin's first book Gravitate I could not get enough, just had to read just one more chapter!
These books are so well written you feel you know the characters personally.
Can't wait for this writer to release her next next book.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)
on July 19, 2012 :
Well, where do i start about Losing Meg? This story made me lose a lot of sleep...those nights of 'oh just one more chapter and then an early night' never happened because 'one more chapter' was never enough. This book is a serious page turner, leaving you just desperate to know what happens next!
I laughed, and i cried big fat tears of both happiness and sadness. It really is a captivating read that i just know i will be picking up again and again!
(review of free book)
on June 28, 2012 :
An amazing second book with a tight plot and plenty of twists and turns. You are left constantly surprised by the events as they unfold. Another two-in-the-morning book where, despite the fact that you need to be up early, you want to read "just a few more pages". I have laughed and cried my way through this story, the characters are so easy to care about. The use of strong language is not gratuitous. However, if you are easily offended by strong language, I would suggest you try "Gravitate" instead. A thoroughly good book I will read again and again. Buy it, you will not be disappointed.
(review of free book)