Linda Cassidy Lewis

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Linda Cassidy Lewis believes that life is all about relationships, and her fiction reflects that belief. Indiana born and raised, she now lives with her husband in California, where she writes versions of the stories she held in her head during the years their four sons were growing up. Her home is in the city, so she's thankful for the gift of imagination that whisks her away to sea or mountain or countryside whenever she wishes.

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Linda Cassidy Lewis I'm working on a sequel to High Tea & Flip-Flops, and then I'll return to the women's fiction genre.
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Announcing a new romance novel!

I’m excited to announce the release of Building Love, the first book in a new series, Edgewater Novels. Set in a fictitious neighborhood in my birth city—Indianapolis, Indiana—this one introduces Brigid Carlotta Maria Siobhán Marino. If you can’t tell by her name, she’s half Irish and half Italian. She tends bar in a centuries-old tavern, which is where she meets the charming, confident, and se... Read more of this blog post »
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“After living so many years near San Francisco, she missed the ocean with its dual nature of calm and chaos. It called to her in voices of both lover and adversary. Always, she felt that if she could sit beside it still enough, long enough, she might solve mysteries. About life. About herself.”
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“There’s no frigging way I’ve misplaced three of my newest thongs. True, I have a habit of losing things like my keys and sunglasses, and once I even lost track of a Big Mac—which I found two days later in my desk drawer.”
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So even though this was totally not my favorite kind of book (give me clean Regency romances, please), it was so well-written that I enjoyed it. The characters really come alive and are very believable, even if Chelsea is much too ditz..." Read more of this review »
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“There’s no frigging way I’ve misplaced three of my newest thongs. True, I have a habit of losing things like my keys and sunglasses, and once I even lost track of a Big Mac—which I found two days later in my desk drawer.”
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“After living so many years near San Francisco, she missed the ocean with its dual nature of calm and chaos. It called to her in voices of both lover and adversary. Always, she felt that if she could sit beside it still enough, long enough, she might solve mysteries. About life. About herself.”
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“There’s no frigging way I’ve misplaced three of my newest thongs. True, I have a habit of losing things like my keys and sunglasses, and once I even lost track of a Big Mac—which I found two days later in my desk drawer.”
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“After living so many years near San Francisco, she missed the ocean with its dual nature of calm and chaos. It called to her in voices of both lover and adversary. Always, she felt that if she could sit beside it still enough, long enough, she might solve mysteries. About life. About herself.”
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