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Wednesday, January 2, 2013

The Apple Tree: "I bought this book by accident...but..."

About the Author

A former English teacher and head of department in a busy London school, Lynette gave up teaching two years ago to focus on her writing. Starting out as a freelance writer and editor to support her creative writing endeavors, she wrote her first contemporary romance ‘The Apple Tree’ which was awarded first prize in Inspired Romance’s romantic story writing competition in December 2011. Her second contemporary romance ‘Wishful Thinking’, released in April 2012 became a No. 1 seller in the UK Amazon's Kindle lists Romance category within its first week. Her romantic suspense, ‘In Loving Hate’, is due for publication in October 2012. You can find out more about Lynette on her blog: or through Facebook ( or Twitter (

5.0 out of 5 stars Lose yourself in the dream!October 9, 2012
This review is from: The Apple Tree (Paperback)
I bought this book by accident as I was actually looking for something else and didn't check it properly, but I am so pleased that I did get it. Serendipity, a happy accident. 'There are no coincidences' as Lyn reminded me several times and I think she is quite right.

It didn't take me long to get wrapped up in the romance. The scenes were so perfectly set, the characters seemed so real and the emotions spilled out of it. I laughed with Julie and I cried with her, I felt her anger and also her guilt. Most of all I felt her love, and I want to find my own Nicholas. If I ever find anyone half as decent and loving as that man then I will be a happy woman.

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