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Like Mother, Like Daughter
15 July, 2021
Liz owns an antiques shop, following her mother. Her first job was at a biscuit factory, where she rose through the ranks from packer to inspector. She met Michael, who took her out on dates and tried to seduce her, so she resigned and became a teacher. And then WWII starts. She met Stephen on a country walk and he enrolled in the Royal Navy, but is killed. Liz attends antiques sales to buy stock and she meets Roland, who tells her he was an airman. They marry and she leaves teaching, inheriting Stephen’s stock, to add to that of...
The Christmas Wish
4 December, 2020
Home is the last place he wants to be for Christmas . . . When an urgent telegram arrives from his mother, begging him to return home, old West photographer Percy Bruner can’t refuse. After an almost five-year absence, he dreads returning to the small eastern Oregon town of Hardman where he grew up. He’d dreamed of raising a family there, and loving his sweetheart until they were both old and gray. But with her gone, the only thing the town can offer him is painful memories. Now that his family needs him, Percy must face the ghosts that continue...
The Christmas Bargain
3 December, 2020
One Old West Cinderella discovers Prince Charming is a. . . Cowboy? The death of her mother left Philamena Booth grieving and at the mercy of her drunken father. After spending more than a decade held captive on their run-down farm, she's left speechless and dazed when her father strikes a bargain to settle a long overdue debt. In lieu of payment, a handsome cowboy agrees to take her. Mortified yet relieved to leave the farm, Philamena unexpectedly finds herself married to a charismatic, caring man. Luke Granger might own Hardman’s bank and the fanciest house in this Eastern Oregon...
The Tales of Anna Connor
24 September, 2020
There are two things Anna loves most... her family and her job working at the local bakery. However Anna dreams of something exciting happening in her life. Is something about to change for Anna, in ways she could never imagine. A gift from her Uncle brings Anna more then she could ever wish for. On this roller coaster jorney of magic and unusual friends. Will Anna ever get the chance to travel the world, like she’s always wanted or will something get in the way? FREE eBook From September 24 - 27, 2020
Whither Thou Goest
10 September, 2020
It is 1820 and Jessica, grieving for the loss of her fiancée at Waterloo, accompanies her clergyman father on an expedition to South Africa with the intention of continuing her work as a schoolteacher and helping him to minister to the spiritual needs of settlers whom the British Government is encouraging to take up land grants to form a buffer against the incursions of the native population on the border. On the long outward voyage she meets the enigmatic Finbar O’Rourke, the ship’s surgeon, Miles Draycott, a ruthless entrepreneur and his predatory sister-in-law Beatrice. As Jessica struggles to control her...
Queen Julius Caesar
6 August, 2020
Untold histories are often the most interesting... Can a King be a Queen? Can an Emperor love a King and a Queen? Are you ready to accept that Rome’s greatest ruler was Bisexual? In an ancient Greek province, there lived a King and his sister-wife. You are unlikely to have heard of them, yet they changed history in ways that have been blushed about, scorned, edited, redacted and buried for nearly 2,000 years. For, you see, those minor royals encountered the young Gaius Julius Caesar, long before he became the ruler of Rome. They both fell under his spell and...
1 July, 2020
In 1592, Elizabethan England is a perilous place, rife with plague, civil unrest, highwaymen, violent animal sports, and Spanish plots against the Queen. Hamnet Shakespeare, young son of renowned playwright William, buys an abandoned bear cub in the market. Hamnet names him Mummer, a travelling actor who mimes. Boy and Bear learn showmanship! Darkly, alongside early English theatre, there flourished hugely popular yet immensely cruel bear-baiting shows, presided over by Queen Elizabeth herself, and Master of the Queen’s Bears, Phillip Henslowe, at Paris Gardens in London. Next door Henslowe builds The Rose Theatre where he partners Shakespeare staging his early...
GIUSEPPE di MONTEFIORE of Mottarone and the Lakes
1 July, 2020
On leaving the idyllic mountain setting overlooking the splendour of Lake Maggiore where he has grown up, in order to pursue his operatic training in the bustling city of Milan, Giuseppe could never have imagined the dramatic circumstances that would lead him through Florence, Venice, Baden-Baden in Germany, and across the Atlantic to Philadelphia. Set primarily in Italy in the 1950s, this is the story of an extraordinarily talented young man who, endowed with a great natural voice, eventually fulfils his dream of becoming a successful tenor singer. It conjures up the world of opera, vividly portraying the personal and...
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