Lynne Colter

Biography

I'm a very voluminous reader, and lately my book purchases have been of books by authors I have met - both in person through the RWAC chapter, or via Facebook/Harlequin websites.

My only hobby these days is reading.

Married my high school sweetheart after I finished university. We have two teenage sons and 5 cats.

Where to find Lynne Colter online

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Books

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Smashwords book reviews by Lynne Colter

  • The Color of Heaven on March 13, 2011
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    This is written by Julianne MacLean as E.V. Mitchell. She's using a pseudonym because this novel doesn't fit in the typical romance genres that she's known for. It's hard to categorize it - it a broad definition, it is a contemporary mainstream/modern fiction novel. I really enjoyed it - it was thought provoking and engrossing. I didn't want to put it down. Sophie Duncan is a successful woman, but her world just falls apart when her daughter is diagnosed with an illness. As she is almost completely focused on her daughter, she is blindsided by her husband leaving her. And then, determined to try and come out of her depression, her car skids on the road and plunges her into an icy lake. There, in the cold dark depths of the water, Sophie experiences something profound and extraordinary – something that unlocks the secrets of her past and teaches her what it means to truly live. A terrific read. Note - it is only available as an ebook, as Julianne has actually self published this.
  • The Rebel - A Highlander Short Story on March 13, 2011
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    A terrific short prequel to Julianne MacLean's new Highlander trilogy. I don't want to post a spoiler review, so am not saying anything else.... Just hope we meet the hero and heroine in the full trilogy, which starts with Captured by the Highlander, released March 1 in print and ebook. Lynne-RC
  • Barely There on April 04, 2011
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    Samantha Hunter writes HOT books for Harlequin Blaze, but I don't recall any of those being quite this hot. Not that I'm complaining mind you! A good short - would that we could all have a second chance at grabbing happiness.
  • Two Perfect on April 17, 2011
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    A self published work, with some paranormal aspects. Samantha Hunter experiments with a much more sexually 'edgy' book that what she writes for H.Blaze. And it works quite well. The heroine has had her confidence in herself and her sexuality horribly damaged by her ex boyfriend. But lately, she's been experiencing the most wonderfully erotic dreams. But that's all they are - is dreams right? However, she gets the shock of her life when she brings a man home and finds not only his all too physical presence touching her, but also another, more ghostly one. While she thought she would never like a three-some, she's finding this to be a wonderful experience.
  • Past Tense, Sophie Turner Mysteries, Book One on May 08, 2011
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    A change from Sam's usual Blaze type stories, this mystery had me turning 'pages' rapidly. I didn't want to set it down, and my only disappointment was that she hasn't written any other Sophie Turner stories - yet. Sophie Turner's friend is murdered right before her, and Sophie is the prime suspect. But she doesn't recall anything of the murder, except that there was someone else in the room, in old-fashioned clothing. While she does her own investigating into what happened to her friend, she finds that she can see ghosts. And while she doesn't remember it, her late Aunt was a medium. The mystery of the murder of her friend is solved, but at what cost to Sophie herself? Terrific read!
  • Once Burned: Sophie Turner Mysteries, Book Two on Jan. 21, 2013

    I always enjoy Samantha Hunter's stories and really enjoyed this. Can't believe I left it in the tbr for as long as I did. Sophie sees ghosts - but only of people murdered. She's gone to the scene of a recent arson where a young woman died. She's not expecting to find anything - but is surprised to find herself in the middle of a mystery. I really like Sophie and hope that Ms Hunter writes more about her!