Lighthouse Charlie

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Charlie has known Max her whole life, and wanted him ever since her hormones kicked in. If only he wasn’t such a disappearing, secret-keeping, disappointment, there’d have been no need for Emmanuel to get involved… More

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Words: 84,290
Language: Australian English
ISBN: 9781310933141
About Jessie L. Star

Whilst digging through her childhood scribblings a few years ago, Jessie L Star (AKA star123) discovered a thrilling saga by her six year old self entitled ‘Jessie has Lost her Sock’. This sweeping epic spanned all four corners of her childhood house in outback South Australia as the sock was hunted down (spoiler, it was in Jessie’s bed all along). Many years later and the urge to write is still going strong, although lost socks have thankfully been replaced with a raft of characters destined to snark and banter at each other until, ultimately, falling in love.

Jessie studied Business at Uni where she primarily learnt that writing and talking were very much her thing and that dealing with numbers was very much not (although, honestly, what difference does a couple of zeroes in a spreadsheet make, really...?).

Jessie writes New Adult/College/Uni contemporary romance stories set in Australia and currently has six titles released:

So Much to Learn
His Saving Grace (sequel to So Much to Learn)
Private Lives, Public Property
Lighthouse Charlie
Saving from Monkeys
The Do-Gooder

If you would like to get in touch with Jessie, she’d love for you to join her on her facebook page: facebook.com/jessielstar.

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Review by: frostykitten on Sep. 01, 2014 :
I read this story way back when it was still on fictionpress and I loved it to pieces. It's one of those that stick with you and you find yourself coming back to again and again - at least I have. I'm excited that I get to have a copy on my ereader!
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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