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
Sarah Lynch's characters are journalist Chloe and photographer/artist Cai. They have both grown up in dysfunctional families and have accompanying emotional baggage and scars to prove it. They find solace (and much more for fans of erotica!) in each other's arms. Naturally curious due to her newspaper background, Chloe is intent on finding out why Cai is so desperate to escape from the clutches of his aunt Jennifer. As she begins to solve the mystery relationship between Jennifer and Jennifer's sister Claudia (Cai's mother), Chloe starts to unravel Cai's family secrets and and also Cai's complex personality.
A well written psychological romance, although at one point I do admit to becoming a little lost in the intricacies of the Jennifer/Claudia relationship. That apart, the sparks between Chloe and Cai fly with Sarah Lynch's usual 'sexpertise', bringing together two troubled souls in a passionate and joyful union.
I received this book free in exchange for an honest opinion.
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