Hi everyone, I've stepped into the abyss......I'm a full time writer now! It's a tough life, but hey, I've got a sense of humour. I've come through only slightly demented from what the past 50 odd years has thrown at me, but on the positive side L.I.F.E has given me lots of fuel regarding stories to write about. However, it's not all bad; I'm now sailing in peaceful waters as still as a millpond and reaping the rewards from my life choices. About bloody time too........
The Porn Detective
The Pilates Class
A House Without Windows
Lily: A Short Story
No Sex Please, I'm Menopausal!
For the Sake of a Child
A Rather Unusual Romance
A Collection of Indie and Published Author Interviews
The Daughter-in-law Syndrome
A Novella Collection
Repent at Leisure
Jules is the typical end product of an unloving childhood. She’s now grown, but cannot form relationships and does not think she deserves any love or happiness. Laurie tells her he loves her, but then he breaks her heart. She is always drawn back to the place where she and Laurie first met, but while waiting there for him to appear fate steps in and rewards her with Warrick, the love she has been waiting for all her life. With his love and help she is able to slay some ghosts from the past and lose her feelings of worthlessness.
However, Warrick has a few dark secrets, and Jules needs to find out what they are. He is loving but evasive: Where does he go at night? Why will he not tell her what he is up to?
All will be revealed in ‘Angel Avenue’, Sarah Michelle Lynch’s latest (and in my humble opinion her finest) novel. I enjoyed it immensely, and couldn’t wait to find out just what Warrick’s night-time activities consisted of.
The story flowed well, with good characterisation and dialogue. I would have liked to see maybe a final confrontation with Laurie while Jules was off on her travels, but I was glad the book ended in the way it did. Well done Sarah!
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