Lemon and Lace

Rated 4.40/5 based on 5 reviews
Lemon and Lace is a bittersweet collection of three short stories about love and choice by Jenny Worstall. More
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About Jenny Worstall

I'm a writer and musician, and live in London with my family.

You will find me playing the piano, singing in a choir or gossiping with my friends (obviously essential research for my writing).

I am a proud member of the Romantic Novelists' Association and the Society of Women Writers and Journalists.

My books reflect my love of music and a tendency not to take life too seriously.

You will find my three novels and shorter pieces of writing on Amazon, with Lemon and Lace here on Smashwords as well.

My three novels make up the Sing with the Choir collection. They aren't a series in the way Harry Potter is (the second and third books aren't sequels to the first), but they are grouped together because they all feature choral music and choirs. Oh, and I do believe there is a certain Tristan Proudfoot, a conductor, who pops up in all three books to a varying degree and at different ages.

Make a Joyful Noise (Sing with the Choir Book 1)

The Funny Business of Life (Sing with the Choir Book 2)

Three Hundred Bridesmaids (Sing with the Choir Book 3)

In 2019, my novel Love and Lies was published as a People's Friend Pocket Novel (number 883) by D C Thomson. Love And Lies was a contender for the Romantic Novelists' Association Joan Hessayon Award 2019. It is now available on Amazon under its original title of Three Hundred Bridesmaids.

I have had a number of short stories published in The People's Friend, Woman's Weekly, My Weekly and Love Sunday magazine.

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Reviews

cathy21 reviewed on May 29, 2014

Lemon and Lace is a collection of three short stories that explores aspects of relationships within families.

Jenny Worstall has developed a lovely writing style which conveys deep emotions with style and simplicity. Lemon and Lace is a charming set of stories which has a wonderfully optimistic feel and it certainly brightened my day.
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Penelope Merrell reviewed on Nov. 27, 2013

Read this a while ago. (Thanks for the free introduction.) The kind of short book available on Smashwords that might not get published elsewhere. Hope to see more from this author.
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LK Hunsaker reviewed on Feb. 11, 2013

These three quick life vignettes have some very nice mood and imagery as well as real characters. I feel they could all have more to say and would enjoy reading them as longer shorts or even novellas. I'll watch for more Jenny Worstall fiction.
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Faye Hollidaye reviewed on Feb. 10, 2013

Easy and great reading. I highly recommend.
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Mervyn Walker reviewed on Feb. 10, 2013

Thoroughly enjoyed this collection of short stories, and hope Miss Worstall has some more slices of life to entertain us with.
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