Marlbury Mysteries: Winter Unveils

In Marlbury, Holly and Kelsie's lives are about to change forever. Holly is unknowingly on a predestined path to ensure a link between humans and the natural world is honoured. The adults have to keep the pact a secret in return for protection from Avalon. Kelsie is taken hostage by the Cailleach. Both girls discover love on an adventure that takes them to the mysterious island of Avalon itself. More
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About Liz Nelms

Liz Nelms is pleased to release her latest novel, a contemporary romance for adults, Scent of a Rose. The characters of wealthy, attractive rock star Sebastian Drake and timid, downtrodden Samantha have been stewing in her head for far too long. Liz is very happy they are now living their lives in print.

An eclectic cast of eccentric English characters join Sebastian and Samantha in this tale of love, lust, faith and deceit, played out in luxury hotels in deepest Cheshire and Kensington, London. Sebastian has enjoyed a colourful past but is now keen to turn over a new leaf and leave all that behind him, he's kicked drugs and cigarettes, but it's not so easy to get rid of glamorous and clingy ex-girlfriend, Perdita. All he wants is Samantha's love and trust, but she has her own problems after having recently escaped from a controlling and manipulative mother.

How can Samantha ever trust a man like Sebastian Drake?

The cover artwork for Scent of a Rose was designed by the Graphic Designer and hugely talented Diane Elliott. She can be contacted at

Liz published her first novel with Smashwords in 2017, 'Marlbury Mysteries' is aimed at Young Adults.

Prior to 2017 Liz had been attempting to write a full length novel for some time. To be truthful, for over thirty years. Needless to say after so many false starts her garage is crammed with boxes of discarded manuscripts, notebooks and at least one broken laptop.

She is currently planning her third book.

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