Raquel Lyon lives in England, up north where it’s very cold and usually raining, and some of her favourite places in and around Pendle Hill have been the inspiration for her books’ settings.
She writes YA fantasy and NA contemporary romance. Her heroines are kinda kooky, her heroes slightly devilish, and her romance a bit on the raunchy side. If the sun is out, so is she. She has a crazy sugar addiction and eats ice cubes as if they’re going out of fashion.
Boy Next Door
New graduate Johnny never expected to fall for the divorcee next door, but the more he gets to know her, the more he is determined to have her.
Bruised from her breakup, the last thing Cora needs is a new neighbour with a hot, young body insisting he’s the one to mend her heart.
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Dragonblood: Mountain of Lies
Piper is back at home and more confused than ever. After all, there’s nothing normal about being a witch. She longs to be with the boy she left behind in another dimension, so when he turns up and begs for her help, how can she refuse?
Dragonblood: Dead Men Walking
Piper thought her father’s disappearance was her biggest problem until she met Lambert and discovered her whole life had been a lie. But in the small town of Fosswell everyone lies, even the ones who are supposed to be dead.
Foxblood: Fall From Grace
Girl or goddess? Sophie has a decision to make.
With the supernatural world in a state of unrest and her feelings for Connor intensifying, Sophie’s life is out of control, and she needs to get it back. But no matter how hard she tries, her desire to do what is right is faltering.
Life is complicated.
Is the chance of happiness really worth destroying her future?
One thing is certain. To realise her destiny, she must leave behind everything she loves.
Foxblood: Rise of the Hellion
Something’s stalking Sophie—and it’s not just her boyfriend’s cute cousin!
Pulled from a life of obscurity and chosen to take over from a dying goddess, Sophie is thrown into a world where the supernatural is normal and the humans oblivious.
Without meaning to, Sophie is making enemies, and as corpses mount, she fears for the people she cares for, but when someone she loves is accused of the killings, Sophie is convinced it can’t be true and sets out to prove their innocence.