Charlie watched as he fell back onto her settee, and then straddled his lap. Oh my God! What was she doing! She was having an out-of-body-experience, she thought. Only she wasn’t dead. She was alive. Very much so. She wriggled against him wonderingly and excitement flared in her body as his own rose to her teasing.
Charlie Wallis has everything a girl could wish for. A loving boyfriend, a nice flat and a fantastic job as a journalist for London Core. Trouble is, Charlie's boyfriend's a waster, her job title really reads 'clerk' and her flat, at the top of a high-rise, isn't that nice after all.
Her new boss, Ben, is a huge bear of a man. A gentle giant, with chocolate brown eyes that hold a secret.
While London Core investigates the murders of local prostitutes, Charlie wants in on the action, deciding that dressing as a hooker and walking the streets is good research.
Married, with four children, Louise Wise lives in
She is a pharmacist technician by day, and a writer by night. She was educated
in an ordinary state school and left without achieving much in the way of
qualifications; you could say she was the result of a crap school. Hungry for
knowledge she enrolled in an Adult Education centre and studied English, maths
and creative writing. Whereas other
young girls asked for makeup and clothes for their birthdays, she asked for
Louise Wise used her general love of romantic fiction and interest in astronomy to write her first book,
. It was an experimental novel and was never
meant to see the light of day! She had received many rejections, which stated
that the novel was just too original for the current market. An agent took it
on but failed to find a publisher for it, this urged Louise into believing in
herself as a writer. Since then she believes she has found her niche with
romantic comedy. A Proper Charlie was released last year, and Misanthrope will
be launched in the autumn. Eden
She also has a non-fiction eBook called So You Want an Author Platform.