Anna Mitchel has been writing letters to her French penfriend, Alexandre Tourville, for fifteen years, but hasn t seen him since an exchange trip when they were at school. When Alex, now a successful photographer, comes to work in London, Anna offers to put him up, and is astounded to discover that the small, geeky boy she remembers is now tall, broad-shouldered and gorgeous. Anna's female friends are soon swooning over Alex's Gallic charm, and Anna's boyfriend Nick is increasingly jealous of her friendship with an attractive single man. Then Alex has to return to Paris to oversee the hanging of his photographs in an exhibition, and invites Anna to accompany him so that he can show her the city he adores...
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I can't remember a time when I wasn't writing stories, and it has always been my ambition to be a published author. I write contemporary romance because that is what I most like reading. I've worked in a variety of day jobs from stable girl to legal administrator. I've also had a very enjoyable vicarious career as a stage mother, which has given me a love of the theatre that inspires a lot of my writing. I love travelling, and i'm also inspired to write by the many wonderful foreign cities that I've visited and explored - with a camera and a writer's notebook in hand - and my first novel, 'French Kissing' is set partly in Paris. I live in North London with my tall, dark handsome husband, my son, two daughters and a lot of books. A Stage Kiss is my second novel. New bio version: Lynne Shelby was the winner of our Accent Press/Women magazine writing prize with her debut novel French Kissing. She has worked in a variety of day jobs from stable girl to legal administrator. She also had a very enjoyable vicarious career as a stage mother, which has given her a love of the theatre that inspires a lot of her writing. She lives in North London with her tall, dark and handsome husband, her son, her two daughters an a lot of books.Review:
'A genuinely witty and original romance - I loved it!' -- Joanna Czechowska, Book Review Editor, Woman "Delightful!" -- Jane Wenham-Jones 'a wonderful fresh new talent.' -- Katie Fforde
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