Wednesday, 9 September 2015


Author bio for Lisa J Hobman:  Lisa J Hobman's debut novel Bridge Over the Atlantic was recently shortlisted in the Romantic Novelists Association's Romance Novel of the Year 2014 (The RoNAs) - Contemporary Romance Category.

These books are for ages 17+ due to mature content.

Lisa is happily married to her soul-mate and has two crazy dogs. She especially enjoys being creative and now writes almost full time.

In 2012 Lisa and her family relocated from England to their beloved Scotland; a place of happy holidays and memories for them. Her new location now features in all of her books.

Writing has always been something Lisa has enjoyed, although in the past it has centered on poetry and song lyrics. Some of which appear in her stories.

Unrequited love is the biggest heartache… 
Lily and Adam have been best friends since the dawn of time. Well, the dawn of their time. Okay…since primary school actually. Everyone accepted them as best friends. Until one day, aged 18, Lily made a fateful discovery. She was head over heels in love. 
With Adam. 
Her unrequited feelings are hard to deal with initially but become even harder when Lily inadvertently introduces him to the love of his life. It all started as a bit of a joke thanks to the other woman's name. 

Many years later and Adam is once again single and heartbroken and Lily is there to help him pick up the pieces. Her methods are sometimes a little unorthodox and lead to ridiculous consequences. 

Can Lily help Adam move on and find happiness again? And can either of the friends recover from losing the love of their lives? 

Sometimes the one thing you want is way out of reach. 

A broken heart can never be a blank canvas… 
You meet someone, fall in love, and live happily ever after…right?

That’s what Jim MacDuff thought, but after years of being blissfully happy, everything he holds dear comes crashing spectacularly down thanks to his interfering mother-in-law. Felicity “Flick” Johnston-Hart is passionate about painting what she sees through the glass. Just like the subjects of her paintings, she’s viewed her life as an observer instead of really living. Although she adores her first love, Jim, more than life, her mother’s expectations eventually chip away at her, making her believe that painting and Jim are simply not enough. 

After settling back into life as a single man in the stunning Scottish Highlands, Jim is graced with an unexpected and unwanted visitor bringing painful news that he would rather not hear. A letter from beyond the grave leads him to do something he never imagined and takes him on a journey to try to help Flick rekindle her passion for painting…and maybe win her love again in the process. 

Can Jim and Flick make things right before it’s too late, or will events leave them heartbroken and alone forever?

Companion Novel to Bridge Over the Atlantic. 
Love is like a snowflake; beautiful but fleeting in its presence… 
I’ve been in love. But I’ve also been lied to, betrayed by those closest to me and I’ve suffered loss. Sadly it’s those last three things that stick with me the most. The only real constants in my life are music, Angus my dog and Rhiannon; my guitar. 
But things changed when she walked into my place of work. All blue eyes, curves and a warmth that could melt even my hardened heart. I was taken over by feelings that I didn’t expect so soon. Guilt plagued me and I took my anger out on her. 
On Mallory. 
But I fell fast and hard and there was nothing I could do to stop it. When she too became the victim of heartbreak I was the only one who understood her pain but I was the last person she wanted help from. 
Would I ever convince her that we could be friends? And would I ever accept that she couldn’t love me back? 
This is a novella which follows on from Bridge Over the Atlantic and Bridge of Hope and should not be read as a stand alone story. 

Mallory got her happily ever after, but haunting loss in the past has her running scared that she will lose her beloved yet again. Can anything...or anyone make her realise she needs to let go of the past and live for today? 

The daughter of a single mother, and abandoned by her father, Stevie thought she had finally found a man she could trust. 
Aged eighteen she thought she would be with Jason forever. 
Everything between them was perfect until the night of the leaver's ball when he disappeared without trace. 
Ten years on, can Stevie ever learn to trust again enough to give her heart? 
Or are the ghosts of her past determined to stop her from ever finding true love? 

Just when she has learned to trust again Stevie's life is once more thrust into uncertainty. Left with only the memories of her deeply passionate relationship she tries to piece together what is left of her heart. 

Shocking news leaves her reeling once again as she tries to help her first love Jason's brother, Dillon, to rebuild his life. 

Will Stevie's heart ever be mended? And if so who will be the man worthy of her trust? And will she ever get her happy ever after? 
Shortlisted in the Romantic Novelists Association's Romance Novel of the Year 2014 (The RoNAs) - Contemporary Romance Category.

Mallory Westerman is a full-figured, successful, young business woman living in Yorkshire, England. Though very career minded, she is extremely self-conscious about her ample curves and so her love life tends to pay the price.Concentrating solely on her business, she has almost given up on finding someone to love. That is until she literally trips into the arms of a stranger who becomes her Knight in shining armour.The immediate sexual and romantic spark that blossoms into love and the events that follow, irrevocably change Mallory's life-path and self-image forever, but only go to prove that the road to true love is never smooth and that things don't always turn out how you expect...

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