Monday, 16 March 2015

Indroducing Hazel Robinson

Introducing you to Hazel Robinson


The founder and participating Author for the Second Chances Anthology!
Hazel is the UK author of 'Something Missing' Book 1 in The True Love Series. She blends tragedy and passion to bring readers stories filled with heartache. Her journey to writing began when she shared her idea with a fellow author and she encouraged her to write it down.
She lives in Lancashire with her three children and enjoys watching her favourite TV show Supernatural.
Hazel is a avid reader and some of her favourite work is written by authors A.L.Jackson, Pepper Winters. J.M.Walker and T.K.Leigh.
Hazel's short story 'Beaten Heart' will feature in the 'Second Chances Anthology' and she will be releasing a full length novel based on Beaten Heart later this year.
Introduction to 'Beaten Heart'
Mandy ran in the middle of the night, ran from all the torment and pain. Ran for freedom.
With the help of her new boss Billy and her companion Beast she learns to live again happy and free. But when a late night visitor threatens not only her happiness but her life will her saviour reach her in time?
Embark of the first instalment of Billy and Mandy's whirlwind emotional romance.
excerpt: Unedited and subject to chance all rights belong to Hazel Robinson 2015
My mind raced his touch erased everything I wanted to say. I reached up until my lips touched his I fell into a sense of euphoria as my lips moved in rhythm with his. Both my hands reached up running through his hair. Before I had time to think his hands where moving round my waist pulling me into his lap.
For a moment he stopped pulling his lips away from mine. “Are you sure you want this Mandy?” his tongue trailed down my neck; completely distracting me from what I want to say.
“Billy I don’t want to think. Just make me feel again. Please!” I buried myself deeper into his kiss until I fell completely
You can stalk Hazel over at her facebook page or hop over to her blog to find out where to grab a copy of her book.

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