Michelle Cameron

Biography

Michelle Cameron is a British author, living in Spain, who writes Chick Lit and romance fiction, as well as non-fiction job seeker training guides.

Her passions are photography, walks in the countryside, travel, reading, being social, and having fun. Not always in that order.

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Books

Emily's Ronda Romance
By Michelle Cameron
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 41,780. Language: British English. Published: April 8, 2013. Category: Fiction
0.75 star(4.67 from 3 reviews)
A sweet and funny look into the mind of a young woman, Emily, who wins second prize in a radio competition. A Valentine weekend away in Spain with her boyfriend, Brian. But what she really wanted was the first prize, a diamond engagement ring. Emily and Brian blunder their way around the Spanish language, and their own relationship. She doubts his intentions, he is perplexed by her behaviour.

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Smashwords book reviews by Michelle Cameron

  • Chef's Delight (Stories of Serendipity) on April 27, 2013
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    I'm the type of reader who enjoys losing herself in a novel, from beginning to end. Chef's Delight is one of those easy on the mind novels that allowed me to do that. The characters are believable, the setting realistic, and the story quite true to real life - except perhaps for the exorcism. Jessie and Connor, the protagonists, live in a small town in texas. She raises goats and makes cheeses. He owns a restaurant and needs top quality produce, so naturally the two meet. Unfortunately, the first three times they meet don't look good for their relationship. First, he helps her out with an ex in a bar. Then, she fires a rifle over his head. Her apology leads to him knocking her over in his restaurant and telling her never to cross the hearth again. Happily, primal attraction wins out, and they are soon in each others arms, if not in each others beds. This is a sweet yet gritty tale of love, and well worth reading.
  • Mr Right and Mr Wrong on May 01, 2013
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    Written in the first person, Mr Right & Mr Wrong is narrated by the main character, Chloe. She's a single girl in London, studying by day, working her weekends in a florist's shop, and getting very little sleep at night as she navigates her way through dating not one, but two men, and a third sending her roses. Chloe struggles to choose which of her beaus is more important to her, leading to several confused situations where the reader will be silently screaming at her to run. Fast. Whilst not a traditional happy ending, we are treated to Chick Lit story telling at its best, Chloe gets the man she should have had all along, but you won't guess until the final chapter. A very nice read.