The Convict

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Jesse Morgan is a convict with three months left to serve on his sentence. All he has to do is keep out of trouble a little longer and he'll be a free man. However, his last work assignment takes him straight to the home of Isabelle McKenna and into temptation. As the attraction grows between them, so does the knowledge that their love may be doomed by the circumstances they find themselves in. More

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About Lindsey Power

I had thought about writing a novel for a long time but never got around to it - so many things to do! While watching in dismay as the release date for a favourite author's latest book got put back further and further, I decided to have a go at writing a romance myself.

There are lots of Regency Romances set in England, but as I live in rural New South Wales, I thought I would base my story here. The result is my first novel, The Convict, set around Parramatta and the Hunter region in New South Wales in the 1830's. It is a romance between a convict and an innocent young lady. Not the usual regency romance!

For my second story, I tried something contemporary. I read a blog from a book editor who mentioned a lack of stories featuring older women so... my next novel, Hell on Wheels, was a sexy romance between an older woman and a younger man, set in urban Sydney. Things get quite hot between this couple (adults only!)

My third story, Parallel Wife, is a short paranormal adventure. Not strictly a romance but it does have some romantic elements. What would you do if you suddenly woke up in a parallel life in the middle of a drama you know nothing about? My heroine soon finds out!

I think my fourth story, Gentleman Jack, is my best effort to date. It's a mix of romance, revenge and adventure set in Colonial New South Wales. Unlike my first historical novel, which was originally written to a romance formula, I just wrote this for myself. Knowing I was going straight to an e-book meant I didn't have to pad it out or worry there were too many secondary characters. They just appeared when they were needed.

I hope you enjoy my stories and leave me some positive feedback.

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Review by: Ruth Johnson on Sep. 20, 2013 :
Really enjoyed this book - ended up not wanting to put it down :-)
Good writing style, flows well, good language and descriptions. Good solid characters that you easily connect with. Gotta love a good historical romance!
(reviewed 4 months after purchase)
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