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L.J. LaBarthe
L.J. LaBarthe is a French-Australian woman, who was born during the Witching Hour, just after midnight. From this auspicious beginning, she went on to write a prize-winning short story about Humpty Dumpty wearing an Aussie hat complete with corks dangling from it when she was six years old. From... show more
L.J. LaBarthe is a French-Australian woman, who was born during the Witching Hour, just after midnight. From this auspicious beginning, she went on to write a prize-winning short story about Humpty Dumpty wearing an Aussie hat complete with corks dangling from it when she was six years old. From there, she wrote for her high school yearbook, her university newspaper, and, from her early teens to her twenties, produced a fanzine about the local punk rock music scene. She loves music of all kinds and was once a classical pianist; she loves languages and speaks French and English and a teeny-tiny smattering of Mandarin Chinese, which she hopes to relearn properly very soon. She enjoys TV, film, travel, cooking, eating out, abandoned places, urbex, history, and researching.L.J. loves to read complicated plots and hopes to do complex plot lines justice in her own writing. She writes paranormal, historical, urban fantasy, and contemporary Australian stories, usually m/m romance and featuring m/m erotica.L.J. lives in the city of Adelaide, and is owned by her cat.
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Birth date: September 23, 1972
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lenagrey7
lenagrey7 rated it 2 years ago
“Coming home seemed to have started the healing process. No longer vivid and garish, the memories seemed to be covered in gossamer, fading behind a curtain of time and forgiveness.” ~ Karen FowlerAsh has had enough of war and goes home to rest and find some peace of mind. He's been away for many yea...
Sandra @ My Fiction Nook
Sandra @ My Fiction Nook rated it 2 years ago
This was... nice, for lack of a better word. I liked the characters, I liked the plot, I especially liked the idea of a mobile library in the Australian Outback, and I liked Ash's family. I liked the whole book.It's light, it's sweet. The romance develops believably. The book just never delved deepl...
Elaine White's Life in Books
Elaine White's Life in Books rated it 2 years ago
Book – Book, Line, and SinkerAuthor – L.J. LaBartheStar rating - ★★★★☆No. of Pages – 200Cover – Very nice (though, FYI, the bus doesn't fit)POV – 3rd personWould I read it again – Probably not.Genre – LGBT, Military, Academic, PTSD, Recovery, Romance** I WAS GIVEN THIS BOOK, BY THE AUTHOR, IN RETURN...
lenagrey7
lenagrey7 rated it 3 years ago
“This house was everything we knew. It’s where we kept our love and every single memory of me and you...everything that's left is telling us the worst of it is through. Home has never felt so right, there's nothing in the way. There's nothing in between us...If we hold on to each other, we'll be bet...
Ami's Hoard
Ami's Hoard rated it 3 years ago
3.5 starsThis is my first story from L.J. LaBarthe, although the author has been publishing stories for the past 6 years. I think I have never really been intrigued with the blurb from her other stories. This one though, well, the blurb AND the cover called to me: interracial couple (Australian guy ...
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