followed my best friend to London thinking it would be an adventure
full of excitement and bright lights, only to find myself in a shitty
little corner of the city. 
I’m now immersed in a world of bad boys and dirty fights. 
saviour complex is stretching to Finn West. He’s dark, mysterious,
grouchy, and a fighter. I can’t help but want to push his buttons and
see if I can crack that surly frown into a smile. 
the connection I feel with him is real, or perhaps it’s just the
fanatical imaginings of a lonely girl, wanting a lonely boy. After all,
who wants to be alone?


I just want to be left alone, stick to my routine, but no. Hope McGrath sure as hell can’t let that happen. 
like order, control, I need it. She’s like a tornado of sheer chaos,
trying to rock my very structured life on it’s foundations. She annoys
the shit out of me on a daily basis, but somehow, I’ve come to enjoy her
dragging me to her weekly bingo outings. 
No matter how gnarly I am, she always comes back for more with her long legs and her loud mouth. 

I don’t need her in my life, even if I find myself thinking about her, her lips, her body…I don’t need her. 🌹🌹🌹

🌹 Kerry’s 4.5 Blush Review🌹

Two authors collaborate a story about PTSD, a subject that isn’t really talked about. War Hope is a beautiful story about friendship and love.  It’s also about two people who have been effected by this horrible illness in their lives  and how moving forward, trying to overcome boundaries, and live a normal life isn’t always easy.  I can’t tell you how much this story has made me laugh.  The character’s antics are hilarious and well-played. There is always light in the darkness and we just need to have someone show us the way.

War Poppy is the first installment, which was a bit darker and War Hope allows us to be put back together.  They both can be read as standalones  but you should read them back to back if you can. 
We met Finley in War Poppy, briefly, so we get more of him this time around. He likes to be left alone, but there are times he can be hot headed. Hope is an outspoken foul-mouthed ginger.  You never know what’s coming out of her mouth, but she is also loyal. She gets right under Finley’s skin quickly.
They’re both damaged and trying to let their pasts go.  But when your past keeps staring you in the face, can you move on? These two characters become so much more to each other. This story felt so real. It was so well written.  The character development was on point. I never lost interest at all. It’s a great read and it’s the type of book that will leave you smiling and rooting for these characters!

***BOOK 1 – War Poppy on SALE for 99c for a limited time only!***


Love and war. Two words that should have little association, but to me the two go hand in hand. Both are a tragedy. They rip you open and spit you out. The war killed my husband, Connor, shattered my will to live, and took my best friend. Brandon may not have physically died in that war, but his soul did. And now we’re left to pick up the wreckage. Expected to move on when all that is left is the ruins of a life we once had.


War. It took everything from me, even myself. When you’re only able to exist, death seems like a blessing. Pain…a welcome distraction. I ran from everything associated with my past, and then she found me, fighting, drowning myself in whisky, trying to forget. She reminds me of Connor, of what I’ve lost—what we’ve lost. In the midst of destruction, she’s a salvation I don’t deserve.
I shouldn’t love him.
I shouldn’t love her.
Love is a war we never should have fought.


Pre-war (War Series Book 0)


LP Lovell

Lauren Lovell is an indie author
from England. 

She suffers from a total lack of brain to mouth filter and is the friend you
have to explain before you introduce her to anyone, and apologise for

Lauren is a self-confessed shameless pervert, who may be suffering from slight
peen envy. 

LP loves to hear from readers so please get in touch.


Stevie J Cole

Stevie J. Cole lives deep in the woods of Alabama with her
husband and two precious daughters. She studied Epidemiology concentrating on
cancer research but has always had a passion for writing. Some of her stories
will strip you bare, some will give you nightmares, but the one thing she can
promise is that she will always give you stories that make you feel.

Raw. Gritty. Love.
Because sometimes characters need to be flawed.

P.S. Stevie’s greatest fear is the impending zombie apocalypse. Think about it:
swarming armies of decaying, oozing corpses stumbling around with clicking
teeth, trying to eat your face. Nothing about that is good. NOTHING!

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