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Kim Lawrence

Though lacking much authentic Welsh blood, Kim Lawrence comes from English-Irish stock. She was born and brought up in North Wales. She returned there when she married, and her sons were both born on Anglesey, an island off the coast. Though not isolated, Anglesey is a little off the beaten track, but lively Dublin, which Kim loves, is only a short ferry ride away. Today they live on the farm her husband was brought up on. Welsh is the first language of many people in this area and Kim's husband and sons are all bilingual she is having a lot of fun, not to mention a few headaches, trying to learn the language! She is a keen gardener and cook and enjoys running often on the beach, as living on an island the sea is never very far away. She is usually accompanied by her Jack Russell, Sprout don't ask, it's long story!With small children, the unsocial hours of nursing didn't look attractive so encouraged by a husband who thinks she can do anything she sets her mind to, Kim tried her hand at writing. Always a keen Mills & Boon reader, it seemed natural for her to write a romance novel. In 1995, she published her first novels and now she can't imagine doing anything else.

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b8588193145has quoted4 months ago
months. Another three and she would vanish

months. Another three and she would vanish

b5256628926has quoted2 years ago
would rather smother him in his sleep than share his bed for lovemaking
Sujatha Iyengarhas quotedlast year
‘So you told him about the baby? Not the way I would have chosen to announce it, but it is nothing for you to lose sleep over.’

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    Kim Lawrence
    A Spanish Awakening
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    Kim Lawrence
    Baby and the Boss
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