Hedonist Six


Bio

Call me "H." or Hedonist if you prefer. I'm a Romance writer based in London and I've always been a dreamer, though it didn't occur to me to write down the stories I kept dreaming up until 2012. You'll not find flowery language and poetry in my work. What you will find though is believable characters, none of whom perfect, going through life and trying to find happiness. Just like the rest of us.

I first started writing because I craved to see more of "my kind of books" on the shelves. In any scenario, you'll find me rooting for the underdog. The (emotionally) scarred hero who hasn't really had much (or any) luck in love. The shy office worker who wants to pursue the man of her dreams, but hasn't quite mustered the courage yet. All my characters are beautifully flawed and messed up, in a way that makes them perfect for one another.

I'm in the process of re-releasing my existing body of work, so keep an eye on this page for upcoming releases, starting with the Chance Encounters series in 2016.

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The Rebound List: Virgin Hedonist Six

After nearly four years with Jeff, everything fell apart. I found myself single, scared, but somehow liberated as well. Rather than stumble into another ill advised relationship, my best friend Sally helped me find focus. I would spend the next few months “finding myself” sexually. That’s how The Rebound List was born. And -this- is how my journey begins: with a virgin. Number one on my naughty bucket list... I just hope I have the guts to follow through.

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At First Sight Hedonist Six

Could you love someone you’ve never met? At First Sight explores in multiple points of view the test that any serious online relationship must go through: the meeting. For Alice and Scott, this moment of truth is to take place at the airport. It seems so simple, he’ll fly in, she’ll pick him up, they live happily ever after. Is that all there is to it? If you love the TV Show Catfish, you'll enjoy this story.

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One Night Stand Hedonist Six

Lucy is used to having a handle on things herself: her business, which she’s fighting to turn around after a rough patch, and her love life, which consists of carefully conducted casual encounters during which only she calls the shots. A one night stand with George - the tall, husky biker whose rough exterior hides a gentler side - changes everything. Lucy’s usual approach doesn’t work anymore: come morning, she doesn’t want to say goodbye. Perhaps it’s time to let someone into her life for more than just one night?

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