Holly Kerr


Holly Kerr writes chick-lit with a twist. No broody men, no obsessions with shoes, just fun stories about strong women going after what they want. <br /> <br /> Her books include Coming Home, Unexpecting and Absinthe Doesn't Make the Heart Grow Fonder. The Secret Life of Charlotte Dodd is the first in her NIIA series; the prequel, The Missing Files of Charlotte Dodd is available now and a sequel to Charlotte, The Best Worst First Date, will be out in early 2017. Holly also has a MG novel, The Dragon Under the Mountain available and is working on a sequel, The Dragon Under the Dome.<br /> <br /> If you require more information about Holly and her books (and she really hope you do because that was her whole reason for setting up this page!) feel free to visit her website <br /> or follow her Blog. At times she discusses the craft of writing but usually, she muses about her life and what's she reading, writing or watching. Following her blog would be a great way to make Holly happy. And sign-up for her newsletter, please!<br /> <br /> Holly hopes you enjoy her books and she welcomes a chance to interact with her fans, but not in any creepy way. A simple comment "Hey, I really like/don't like..." would be a lovely way to begin a conversation.

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The Missing Files of Charlotte Dodd

Before Charlotte Dodd had a secret life... A novella; prequel to The Secret Life of Charlotte Dodd Before she lost her memories, Charlotte Dodd still has a secret life, but at least she could remember it. She was an agent for NIIA, happy in her new found love for Hamilton Short, and dealing with usual missions like saving the world from killer viruses (why are they always named after animals, like swine and elephant? Gives the animals a bad rap). But then her brother bursts into her life with a secret for her. After being told her mother died years ago, Seamus tells Charlotte she is still alive and being held against her will. No proof or anything. Just a sketchy plan to rescue her. Some times the missing are better left not being found.