Lynne Barrett-Lee

Biography

Novelist and Ghostwriter Lynne Barrett-Lee has been a full time author since the mid 1990s. After a successful period as a short story writer, during which she had stories published in almost all of the major women’s magazines, she turned her hand to novel-writing. Her debut romantic comedy, Julia Gets a Life, was published by Bantam in 2000, and she has since written 7 further novels.

More recently, Lynne’s career has taken a detour into professional ghostwriting. She is the ghost behind more than a dozen Sunday Times Bestsellers, with six further titles due to be published in 2014.

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Books

Virtual Strangers
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Price: $3.26 USD. Words: 91,860. Language: English. Published: May 5, 2014. Category: Fiction » Romance » Contemporary
Fed up, frustrated and fast approaching forty, Charlie Simpson hasn’t had many high points in her life just lately. The only peak on the horizon is her ambition to climb Everest, if she could only get organised and save up the cash. Charlie hasn’t got a husband, but she certainly has principles, and they’re about to be hauled up a mountain themselves.
One Day Someday
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Price: $3.26 USD. Words: 102,630. Language: British English. Published: May 5, 2014. Category: Fiction » Romance » Contemporary
Can one day change your life? For Lu Fisher, ex-french teacher and fraught single mother, one day is pretty much like another: typing, translating, making endless cups of coffee…oh, and daydreaming about finally giving up her dull temp job and going back to college and her first love, studying art. Nights, however, are quite a different matter. Particularly those that involve the delectable Stefan
Wild About Harry
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Price: $3.26 USD. Words: 114,350. Language: British English. Published: May 5, 2014. Category: Fiction » Romance » Contemporary
Headteacher Holly Connors is pinching herself. Dream job, dream life and dream fiance. But dreamers often find themselves rudely awakened, and Holly is - by one pupil, Harry Meadows, who's been going off the rails since his mum died. But when professional detachment turns into emotional investment, Holly begins to worry; is this just about Harry? Or should be taking a closer look at herself?

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