Alex Dawson, diamond heiress, is a survivor- a realist. After her mother’s death Alex swore to take down the person responsible, whatever the personal cost. She also learned a valuable lesson, never love someone enough that they use your emotions to destroy you. Never get close, never let down your guard. Until she meets Scarlett Hamilton. Scarlett changes the game. But is Alex ready to give up revenge and embrace redemption?Scarlett Hamilton, Jewel thief, is a survivor-a realist. A dead mother, a jailbird father, Scarlett has one focus, to prove herself. To succeed where her father failed. She’s a hundred different women to a hundred different people, a chameleon, never showing the real Scarlett. Until she meets Alex Dawson. Alex changes the game, and Scarlett wants to play. Scarlett must choose, the haul of the century, or the love of a lifetime.
Diamonds. Revenge. Deception. Two players. One game. The devil is in the details.
Michelle McLoughney is an Irish author and child prodigy. That’s a lie. As a child she pretended she was a prodigy, and also that her father was Ming the Merciless. Thus, a career in fiction was born, or, lying for a living. Whatever. Michelle writes books that have hot men and kick ass heroines. Also, books that have hot women and kick ass women. There’s a theme running here somewhere! Probably that hot kickass women should rule the world. Michelle likes cake and pie. In fact she has never met a cake that she didn’t like, first world problems. Please connect with Michelle in any way you’d like. She’s a Facebook regular and appreciates the feedback. And cake. Send cake.
I’m Leigh Stone, I live in Northern Ireland, just outside the capital city of Belfast, in a house I share with my teenage daughter, and our personal zoo (1 crazy labrador mix, 3 cats, and a rabbit!).I’m first and foremost a reader, and a fast reader at that, often devouring books in a single sitting over a period of hours. I have always had aspirations to write and become a published author, but as a teenager I was encouraged to look for a different profession, as being an author “wouldn’t pay the bills.”
It was that reading that lead a friend of mine to suggest that I had read so many of those books that I could probably write my own! It seemed like a good idea, and I thought that I would give it a try 🙂 a few months later Lex’s Melody was well underway.
In November 2014 Lex’s Melody, the first book of the Belfast Bound series, was released, and things have snowballed from there.
I am also the organiser of several signings: