Today author is Lisa Worrall: "I live in a small seaside town just outside London and am ordered around by my two children and a dog who thinks she's the boss of me. I've been writing seriously for two years now and am loving giving voice to the characters clamouring inside my head--although sometimes they ignore me completely and do exactly what they want! I write M/M erotic romance/mystery/thriller/paranormal/shor
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Un-Expected (Left at the Crossroads) by Lisa Worrall
Publisher: White Stiletto Press (February 24, 2014)
Amazon Kindle: Un-Expected (Left at the Crossroads)
Little Mowbury is a sleepy English village deep in the Cotswolds. The kind of village where you’re only a local if your lineage can be traced back to the dinosaurs. Where you can find everything in the single shop from morning newspapers to dry-cleaning, and getting your shoes mended. And, of course, where everybody knows everybody else’s business. It’s easy to find… you can’t miss it… just ask anyone and they’ll tell you… “It’s left at the crossroads.”
After being dumped on graduation day by the love of his life, Harry Boyd, Micah Lewis returned to the sleepy village he grew up in. Living next door to his mother wasn’t his best idea, granted, but when your heart was broken, there really was no place like home.
Six years later, secure and content in his job as midwife for a local birthing centre, the last person he expected to move into Lilac Cottage across the street from him was Harry Boyd. Seeing Harry again sends Micah into a tailspin and opens wounds he thought had long since healed. Although, Harry himself isn’t the only issue Micah has to face. That would be Harry’s very beautiful and very pregnant partner, Selena. But is everything as it seems?
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