As a slightly cynical hopeless romantic, Megan Trennett doesn’t really consider herself the typical Contemporary Romance novelist. It’s the notion of love, and the strange, bizarre, and sometimes comical things it makes people do that inspires her writing.
Originally from Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, she moved to Dartmouth where she lived for five years before relocating to Montreal, Quebec. Living in both a small town a city has given her the chance to be inspired by different the surroundings, and the different people these places present. Her first novel, Heart Pulled to Pieces, is set in both types of locals, paying homage to her home town as well as the city she grew to love.
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How We Began
by Megan Trennett
Price: $2.99 USD. 182850 words.
Published on February 27, 2013. Fiction.
Ellen is a quiet bookworm who’s starting University. Simon is a charming writer about to make a change in his career. The two, though sometimes complete opposites, are drawn to one another. They get to know each other, discover the things they have in common, become friends, and eventually fall in love. There’s just one problem: That career change makes Simon Ellen’s creative writing professor.
by Megan Trennett
Price: $2.99 USD. 112060 words.
Published on August 1, 2012. Fiction.
Isla Milton is determined to breakaway from the person everyone expects her to be, and Eddie Lansky might just be the one to help. He knows the circumstances life gives you shouldn't define who you are. But is Eddie really the man Isla thinks he is?
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Smashwords book reviews by Megan Trennett
- His Good Opinion: A Mr. Darcy Novel
on Feb. 06, 2012
Before I read this book, I just didn't *get* what made P&P so popular. In fact, I just didn't see the appeal at all.
This book, however, made me see all the romance, humor, and enjoyment there was to this story. It's clear, it doesn't jump around, and you can actually understand how in the heck he falls for her and remains so. It's almost as if Kelley were Austen herself!