M J Christie
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About M J Christie
A writer of novel-length fiction, short fiction, and poetry. Music also plays a major role in M J's life.
The UK's Lincolnshire Coast provides the backdrop and inspiration for M J's writing, giving focus and meaning to everyday life.
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Goodbye, Casanova by A.R. Dean
Flaunt by A.R. Johnston
Louve Garou by Blake Jessop
Aramis and Shelby by Catherine Kenwell
Poison Lust by Cindar Harrell
Truly Human by Clint Foster
Nice Face by D.J. Elton
Fair Game by Dannielle Viera
Sexcapades by Dawn DeBraal
Freedom by Eddie D. Moore
Primal Urging by Edward Ahern
Marionette by Erica Schaef
Zantiel by G. Allen Wilbanks
Chad by Gabriella Balcom
Of Oyster Shells and Shit by Hari Navarro
#IAmHuman by J.L. Royce
The Red Pierce Reunion Tour by J.M. Meyer
The Fae's New Dawn by J.W. Garrett
A Cup Full of Tears by James Dorr
Prey by James Lipson
A Matter of Perception by Jason Holden
Mermaid at War by Jessica Chanese
L'amour L'mort by Jo Seysener
The Selkie's Appetite by Jodi Jensen
Lust for Life, or No Job for an Ordinary Woman by John H. Dromey
The Council of Six and a Half by K.B. Elijah
Lucifer's Lament by Lyndsey Ellis-Holloway
Sanguine Enamel by M.J. Christie
Unplugged by M. Sydnor Jr.
Podcast of the Dead by Mark Mackey
Tiger Nut Sweets by Maura Yzmore
Taming the Beast by Maxine Churchman
Tortured Word Games by Michael D. Davis
Blooming Day by N.M. Brown
I Want You by Nerisha Kemraj
My Girl by Nicola Currie
Local Girls Are Waiting For You by Raven Corinn Carluk
The Stranger by Rhiannon Bird
Some Body by Robin Braid
Good Intentions by Sandy Butchers
Digits of Doom by Serena Jayne
Damned by Stephanie Scissom
I Warned You by Stephen Herczeg
I Got a Message for You by Sue Marie St. Lee
Darkness Consumes by Terry Miller
Coitus Interruptus by Thomas Kearnes
Matthew Lynton is married to Lisa. They love each other but since the kids came along well, things haven’t been the same. He works too hard. She’s always tired. They rarely see each other and when they do the kids dominate their time.
When Matthew attends a work’s celebratory meal without Lisa, he encounters Rhea – a waitress working at the restaurant. He’s instantly attracted. She likewise. A friendship blossoms between the two until their attraction crosses the boundary between friend and lover.
Lisa suspects Matthew of having an affair. She loves him. Can’t see herself with anyone else. But betrayal is hard to take when your best friend and lover is the one being disloyal.
Will Lisa forgive Matthew, or will she move on without him?
And what of Rhea? What does she want from the relationship? And will she go to any lengths to steal Matthew for herself?
It’s 2015 and Matthew London has finally realised his dream. Now a successful writer and author with a bestselling book, another on the way and hints of TV and Film interests humming in the breeze.
At thirty-two and still single the world is his oyster. But he’s not happy. Something else occurred back in 2014 when everything kicked off.
That occurrence was Rebecca Rice – Matthew’s literary agent and love of his life. But there’s a problem with that scenario – she doesn’t know and Matthew’s too scared to tell her. Not because he’s shy or introvert, but because his bachelorhood hangs in the balance. Here’s the thing, it was love at first sight and there’s no way any man can escape such an experience.
Does Rebecca feel the same way? It’s hard to tell. She’s a successful woman with a mind of her own.
Matthew is caught betwixt the devil and the deep … well, you get the idea. And with only one thing in mind he sets his course firmly on forward.
Can one man cope with the emotions of love and success all at the same time?
Matthew constantly tells himself: ‘I am man’. But is he a modern man and if so, will it be enough?