Lucy Limerick


I come from Northern Territory, Australia.

Like most Australian girls, I like sunset walks on the beach, strolling through our beautiful landscape, wrestling crocodiles, and riding my kangaroo to work.

Don't worry girls, I know what you're thinking about the kangaroos, but the sports bras here in oz are second to none. It's the chafing from the crocodiles that you really have to worry about!

Anyway, hope you enjoy my work!!


Rotten Apples
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 1,310. Language: English. Published: September 6, 2011 . Categories: Fiction » Young adult or teen » Chick Lit
The love of a young surfing couple is tested when a suave mover-and-shaker pulls up beside them at the traffic lights. The man swings open the door of his sports car and offers the woman a quick getaway to a better life. Will she take the chance?

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Smashwords book reviews by Lucy Limerick

  • Oort: Visitation on Ice on Sep. 06, 2011

    What a great story. Built up nicely throughout and came to a well thought out end. I really liked it.
  • Blowing the Dust off Mars (2012) on Sep. 07, 2011

    Well written story, with a plausible storyline and a good ending. I really enjoyed it.
  • Animus Robot on Sep. 08, 2011

    Oh yeah! This is one of those delicious stories you can't put down!!
  • Flat White Storms on Sep. 10, 2011

    Wonderful. I brought this after reading one of the authors short stories. The start was a bit slow, but really clicked into gear once they were on the station. Great ending.
  • Xanadu Collision on Sep. 12, 2011

    Another wonderful piece of work from this very talented author. Xanadu is as thought provoking as it is colourful.
  • Sam and the Wolf on March 31, 2013

    Nice Lenka. I quite liked the perspective of the wolf in this story. Often some anthropomorphism comes into play, but I didn't really get that sense in this story. Keep up the good work!
  • The Vampire Witness on April 16, 2013

    Nice build up. I didn't really know quite what was going to happen. The author worked the concept well and I thought the ending rounded it off quite nicely.