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Tanith Davenport
 


I have been writing for ten years and first got into erotic romance through the Romantic Novelists' Association New Writer's Scheme; they critiqued my debut novel "The Hand He Dealt", which was published in June 2011 and was nominated for the Joan Hessayon Award.

I live in Yorkshire with my husband and two extremely bratty tuxedo cats. When I'm not writing I spend my time watching horror movies, listening to rock music, travelling to new places and trying out new restaurants.

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Tanith Davenport - USA Today feature

Joyce: Welcome to HEA, Tanith! Please tell us a bit about your new release, I Wish I’d Never Met You.

Tanith: I Wish I’d Never Met You follows Flick as she returns home from university only to encounter her closeted ex-girlfriend Elodie, who broke her heart four years ago and has regretted it ever since.

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Tanith Davenport - BTSe Mag feature

If you ask my husband what it’s like being married to a writer, he’ll have a few answers ready. The times he’s been queried about his role in my latest sex scene would probably spring to mind, as would the hours spent on the computer hammering away at the keyboard or on the couch feverishly writing notes for tomorrow’s writing. 

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Reviews (5)

This is a second chance story with some scorching hot erotic f/f scenes woven through it. Flick is returning home after 4 years away at college. I really like Flick. She is out, confident and sh...

This is a very quick read withy plenty of erotic scenes to raise the heart-rate. Flick is still furious at Elodie for breaking up with her yers before. Elodie was afraid to come out then and bro...

The supporting characters were nicely written...There were several times when the dialogue made me smile...This was an interesting and creative way to move things along. It’s not something I c...

This quick read is told from Flick’s standpoint in a third person. I was driven to find the answers to my questions. I was held by the writing. It’s a quickie that pulls you in. It’s up to...

The first half of the story hooked me in...When the girls cross paths again, the sexual chemistry is palpable, despite still being at odds with each other...Overall the story was really sweet.

I Wish I'd Never Met You

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