Annabelle Pearson was in love. For three years, she'd worshipped the sexy but aloof Nicholas Nattrass from afar, wistfully dreaming of a time when he'd love her back, or at the very least tice she existed. All that was about to change, however, when she starts seeing things that she shouldn't, things that couldn't possibly exist, like the Grim Reaper and the Tooth Fairy, for example. The last straw comes when she spots Cupid, about to shoot his arrow at her beloved, and in a desperate bid to save her dream, she wallops him one with her handbag. Dealing Cupid an almost fatal blow means someone has to take his place, and that someone is her! Will she complete her mission and save Cupid's life? And will she manage to win the love of Nicholas Nattrass, or would the esteemed Doctor Love have her committed to an insane asylum?
Sharon Karaa is a mass of contradictions, but two facets of her character have always battled for supremacy; her logical self (let's call him Frank) and her artistic side (lets her call Misty). Until recently, Frank won every battle, forcing Sharon into a life based on most probable outcome and, to give him his credit, it led to a fairly comfortable if rather boring life. Then Misty took up kick boxing and gave Frank a good kick in the goodies. Sharon was first published at the tender age of fifteen. Flush with success, she waited more years than she cares to admit, before making the decision to become an independent author and publishing her first book in 2014. Sharon writes comedy because she needs something in her life she can laugh at, other than herself. Sharon lives with her husband in a little village north of Newcastle, UK. She doesn't have a cat.