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The Ones That Got Away

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Have you ever had that feeling that you just needed to escape? Runaway from life, from all its problems; be the one that got away?

Tilly Henshaw has. Tilly wants to escape. Escape her suffocating mum, her dementing gran and finally shake off the stigmatism attached to ADHD; a condition she was diagnosed with when she was fourteen. 

When the opportunity arises to escape to the sleepy, Cornish fishing village of Hope Cove, Tilly grabs it with both hands. But she soon discovers that she’s not the only one who’s runaway to Cornwall and everyone’s keeping their reasons for escaping firmly to themselves. 

As Tilly starts uncovering family secrets, she begins to understand there is no running away from your problems; you can’t build a hopeful future without confronting who and what hurt you in your past.

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Lisa grew up in the village of Bussage, near Stroud, in the Cotswolds until she returned to Cheltenham as a teenager. Her first encounter with an author was chats over the garden wall between her father, Godfrey, and Mrs Cooper from the neighbouring village of Bisley.  It came as quite a surprise in later life to find that Mrs Cooper was, in fact, Jilly Cooper! 

 

Lisa writes commercial women’s fiction and romance. What interests her most is people, their interactions, emotions and relationships which is probably why, alongside her writing, she is studying to become a psychodynamic counsellor. Lisa is passionate about mental health matters and, one day, hopes to be able to provide therapy in the form of writing, to those who need it.

 

Lisa’s novel writing was crafted under the guidance of the Romantic Novelists’ Association’s New Writers’ Scheme and she attributes her success to this informative and supportive organisation.