Love can be found on every corner of this earth and in the most beautiful of places.
Belle is a story of forbidden love, a love so strong, so powerful that the very bonds of the universe cannot shift if from its course.
Some souls are meant to be together while others merely drain to the streams, washing themselves away.
Belle knows the feelings she shares with her brother Simon are wrong, but has no idea of the heartache she must endure to protect their love. Losing her mother at an early age leaves Belle struggling to keep her family together. The pressure she is under leading to Bulimia, a problem she hides throughout her life. Her Brother Simon becomes her mentor and protector and as she reaches her mid teens she realises she is in love with him. Belle has fallen in love with the one man she can never have, her brother Simon. As a child she struggles with the loss of her mother. Using Bulimia as a coping strategy she takes her fight into adulthood. She meets and marries Marco, unaware he is secretive and conniving. There are so many secrets in her family Belle struggles to find her way through the pathway of lies. She and Simon go their separate ways but always find their way back to each other, never able to resolve the conflict of their special bond, the intense love they can’t deny. Will Bella have any hope of finding happiness?
Learn More About The Author
I am originally from Staffordshire in England UK, although now I reside in North Wales since relocating at the turn of the millennium.
I have always been fascinated by the supernatural. Whilst researching the infamous Loch Ness monster, I discovered Teggie another sea creature steeped in mystery and legend. This inspired me to put pen to paper and write my first book Teggie Lucy’s Story.
As a keen Independent film maker at the start of 2016 I began working on a Teggie screen play with the talented writer and director Troy Dennison. As a keen and up and coming actor it was agreed I would take the character of Ben in the film once production began.
Previously I played the hotel manager in an award winning British film called “Checking In” during 2014.
Over the years I’ve tried my hand at many jobs. I’ve worked at fast food restaurants, hotels, estate agents, a postman and even in retail management.
I’ve always been happiest when involved in the creative arts. For fifteen years I volunteered as a radio presenter for hospital radio, which meant playing requests to those unfortunate enough to be in hospital.
I’ve worked as a supporting artist on many productions including Doctor Who, Coronation Street and Peaky Blinders.