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Rosen Trevithick

About Rosen Trevithick

Rosen was born in Cornwall. She studied psychology at Oxford before moving back to the West Country.

Readers have downloaded over a quarter of a million copies of Rosen's books. Several titles have broken into the Amazon charts, including a number 1 humorous fiction bestseller.

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Praise for Rosen Trevithick

"Brilliant."
- The Independent
"Read this book during my lunch break laughed so much I spilt my lunch on my top."
- D. Cryle (Amazon Reviewer)
"The characters are engaging, the plot tightly woven with enough twists and turns to maintain momentum, and the book deals with important themes in a very sensitive and thought provoking manner. I particularly admired the language, which treads an admirably fine line between moments of humour and the serious consideration of themes such as mental illness."
- Alex Roddie (Author)
"A very short story which made a very big impact, I actually found myself at one point holding my breath."
- A. Coburn (Amazon Top 500 Reviewer)

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Two Shades of the Lilac Sunset

Two Shades of the Lilac Sunset

A Novel

What is BDSM without trust? Without respect? Willow Cassidy is about to find out when she submits to the charming but dangerous control freak, Nathaniel Gordon.

As Nat gets his claws deeper into Willow, she becomes distanced from her friends and family – the very people she must rely upon to get out of her relationship alive.

In contrast, her sister Demi enjoys an intoxicating, yet loving power play relationship with Nat’s friend Ross.

Provocative, sometimes gritty and with intentional parallels with the Fifty Shades trilogy, Two Shades of the Lilac Sunset is an eye-opening alternative to modern ‘alpha-male’ romances.


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