Separation

Adult
Matthew Langford is told on his twenty-first birthday that he has a twin. He quickly realizes this is why he always felt part of him was missing.

When he meets fraternal twin, Tremaine Wheal, the pair discover many things in common. But when they share a moment in a club, they realise there is more between them than having shared womb. This is a taboo story featuring twins. More

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Words: 44,880
Language: English
ISBN: 9781370348732
About Louise Lyons

I come from a family of writers. My mother has a number of poems published in poetry anthologies, my aunt wrote poems for the church, and my grandmother sparked my inspiration with tales of fantasy. I first ventured into writing short stories at the grand old age of eight, mostly about little girls and ponies. I branched into romance in my teens, and MM romance a few years later, but none of my work saw the light of day until I discovered FanFiction in my late twenties.

Posting stories based on some of my favorite movies, provoked a surprisingly positive response from readers. This gave me the confidence to submit some of my work to publishers, and made me take my writing “hobby” more seriously.

I live in the UK, about an hour north of London, with a mad Dobermann, and a collection of tropical fish and tarantulas. I work in the insurance industry by day, and I spend every spare minute writing. I am a keen horse-rider, and I love to run long-distance. Some of my best writing inspiration comes to me when my feet are pounding the open road. I often race into the house afterward, and grab pen and paper to make notes.

I have always been a bit of a tomboy, and one of my other great loves is cars and motorcycles. My car and bike are my pride and joy, and I love to exhibit the car at shows, and take off for long days out on the bike, with no one for company but myself.

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