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Fiona Walker

UK flag (b.1969)

Fiona Walker began her writing career at just twenty one, and had instant success with her first novel, French Relations. Since then she has written nine best-sellers, most recently the Cotswolds-based Lodes series which include Lots of Love, Tongue in Cheek and Four Play. In her trademark 'bucolic frolics', larger than life characters enjoy sex and laughter, as well as tears and temptation, in action-packed rollercoaster plots with the best loved-up endings in the business.

Fiona lives in cheerful chaos in Somerset with her partner, Sam, their daughter Dora, and various horses, dogs and cats, at least some of which they claim responsibility for.

Genres: General Fiction, Romance
Fiona Walker recommends
Pastures New (2007)
Julia Williams
"Terrifically warm and funny."
How to Lose a Husband (2009)
Bernadette Strachan
"Funny, upbeat and heart-warming."
When Good Friends Go Bad (2009)
Ellie Campbell
"A gorgeous blend of memorable characters, plot-twisting treats and heart-warming nostalgia."
Escape for Christmas (2014)
(Escape , book 2)
Ruth Saberton
"Joyful, funny and uplifting; a real treat of a read."

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