About Lily

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While I’ve always been an avid reader, it never occurred to me to write until an unexpected life-changing event (an earthquake), made me re-evaluate what was important to me. My love of literature, of beautifully woven words and plots that steal you away slowly shifted from a hobby to an obsession.

I’ve always known what I loved in a novel; a heroine that was so well developed you adored her from the very first page, an antagonist you just wanted to strangle and a plot that had you shuffling closer and closer to the edge of the seat with every page. These were all elements I set out to capture, but there were other things too. A sense of time, the clock ticking and a setting that felt real to the readers because it had texture and depth.   

But mostly I wanted to capture a sense of fate—one woman destined for one man (or two), the emotional struggle as they’re thrown together, only to be torn apart, the fight, the drive—the sex.

If you like a book that offers you a good healthy dose of pleasure with your pain then read on, I’ve got exactly what you’re looking for.

Enjoy,
Lily.

A few facts about Lily

  • I was born in Dunedin, New Zealand in 1974.
  • My star sign is Sagittarius.
  • Canary yellow is my favourite colour.
  • The majority of my working career has been in design, mainly women's fashion.
  • On the Myer Briggs personality test, I’m an INFJ, yes that's right, the weird one per cent of the population with high levels of empathy.
  • My favourite season is autumn.
  • I married my one and only love in 2000, and have two children, a son and a daughter.
  • I’m absolutely terrified of spiders, needles and boat hulls.
  • I collect antique padlocks, Zebrette ceramics, Sid Dickens tiles and novelty erasers.
  • Joan Miro is my favourite artist. I have a full back tattoo of his work.
  • I spend a lot of time listening to documentaries on travel, history, treasure hunters and myths and legends.
  • My favourite actor is Alexandra Skarsgård, particularly as ‘Eric’ in ‘True Blood’.
  • ‘The Abduction Club’ is my all time favourite movie.
  • I can’t live without coffee or salted caramel chocolate.
  • I own seventy-three dresses.
  • I love exercise and have tried everything from weight lifting to martial arts and rock climbing, although I’ve always struggled with running.
  • Roman Reigns is my favourite WWF wrestler.
  • I’ve never seen an episode of ‘Game of Thrones.’
  • My favourite comedian is Russell Howard.
  • Oh, and I can fold my tongue in half horizontally but I can’t roll it.

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A few facts about Lily.

I was born in Dunedin, New Zealand in 1974.
My star sign is Sagittarius.
Cannery yellow is my favourite colour.
The majority of my working career has been in design, mainly women's fashion.
On the Myer Briggs personality test, I’m an INFJ, yes that's right, the weird one per cent of the population with high levels of empathy.
My favourite season is autumn.
I’m absolutely terrified of spiders, needles and boat hulls.
I collect antique padlocks, Zebrette ceramics, Sid Dickens tiles and novelty erasers.
Joan Miro is my favourite artist. I have a full back tattoo of his work.
I spend a lot of time listening to documentaries on travel, history, treasure hunters and myths and ledgends.
My favourite actor is Alexandra Skarsgard, particularly as ‘Eric’ in ‘True Blood’.
‘The Abduction Club’ is my all time favourite movie.
I can’t live without coffee or salted caramel chocolate.
I own seventy-three dresses.
I love exercise and have tried everything from weight lifting to martial arts and rock climbing, although I’ve always struggled with running.
Roman Reigns is my favourite WWF wrestler.
I’ve never seen an episode of ‘Game of Thrones.’
My favourite comedian is Russell Howard.
Oh, and I can fold my tongue in half horizontally but I can’t roll it.





















Bio

While I’ve always been an avid reader, it never occurred to me to write until an unexpected life-changing event (an earthquake), made me revaluate what was important to me. My love of literature, of beautifully woven words and plots that steal you away slowly shifted from a hobby to an obsession.
     I’ve always known what I loved in a novel; a heroine that was so well developed you adored her from the very first page, an antagonist you just wanted to strangle and a plot that had you shuffling closer and closer to the edge of the seat with every page. These were all elements I set out to capture, but there were other things too. A sense of time, the clock ticking and a setting that felt real to the readers because it had texture and depth.   
    But mostly I wanted to capture a sense of fate—one woman destined for one man (or two), the emotional struggle as they’re thrown together, only to be torn apart, the fight, the drive—the sex.
    If you like a book that offers you a good healthy dose of pleasure with your pain then read on, I’ve got exactly what you’re looking for.

Enjoy,
Lily.
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