When not busy writing, Meg Leigh spends her time tending to the most pampered flock of chickens on Australia’s east coast. She would really like to have dragons, but has settled for chickens because they come pretty close. If you need proof of this, try offering a flock of chickens raw meat! (Meg would like to advise she accepts no liability for loss of fingers!) Meg also enjoys reading, keeping fit with her bunch of madcap mates at the local park, and spending time with her adult offspring whenever their schedules allow.
Do you remember the first story you ever wrote?
Yes. It was a story about a wild horse that ran onto the road in front of my dad's car while we were travelling to New South Wales to visit my grandparents. It was a combination of truth and imagination.
What is your writing process?
I am what people refer to as a 'pantser' as in seat of the pants. My characters live their lives inside my head and I try to keep up and write down what they are doing. I very rarely outline or plan ahead.
Sianna drives past the shop every day on her way to and from work. The window display, ever changing and ever challenging, draws Sianna's attention until she is helpless to resist its magical allure and steps into a world of heady pleasure within Adria's Toy Shop.
I really enjoyed the story of these two women which made me persevere to the end of the book to see what happened with them.
The cover is attractive and drew my eye and caused me to download it.
There are some really beautiful descriptive phrases in this story and it is obvious the author knows how to tell a romantic story, however:
Sadly, the book is littered with editorial errors which detracted from my enjoyment, and caused me to give it a lower rating.
With just a little bit of polishing, it could rate higher with me.
An enjoyable read if you can look beyond the technical problems.
I really enjoyed this story. Loved the dynamic between the characters and the depth of the story. The sex is integral to the plot and not just used to join the dots as in so many other m/m stories. A great read!