Cold Feet: The Lost Years
By Carmel Harrington
HILARIOUS AND HEARTBREAKING OFFICIAL COLD FEET NOVEL FROM THE HIT TV SERIES.What happened to your favourite characters between series five and six of Mike Bullen's award-winning TV series?**********Reeling from the sudden death of Rachel, his beloved wife, Adam has no time to grieve. He has to keep going, for the sake of their baby son. Jenny moves back in with ex-husband Pete, eight and a half months pregnant with another man's child. Can their relationship overcome past jealousies? Karen and David agree to an amicable divorce - but that's before he sleeps with the divorce lawyer . . .*******THE LOST YEARS is an irresistible chance to catch up on all the laughter, the tears, the life lessons we missed while they were gone.'I loved it. The characters have been captured so well and it just feels so like Mike Bullen's creation . . . Harrington should be very proud - it really is fabulous! Margaret Conway, Line Producer Cold Feet
By Belva Plain
In public, Oliver Grey is a devoted father, prominent public figure and respected businessman. But in private, he has a much darker side.On a visit to her brother Dan's house, Oliver's niece Amanda sees a silver carousel much like the one her uncle gave her as a child. When Amanda breaks down and reveals a troubling link between her niece Caroline, her uncle Oliver and the silver carousel, events take a dangerous turn. Horrified by the revelations, Dan's wife Ellen visits Oliver's home to confront him. And when she leaves, Oliver is dead.But with one son mired in gambling debts and a desperately troubled niece, finding the person behind Oliver's death might not be as simple as it seems.
The Constant Star
By Jessica Stirling
The Second World War hits home to a scattered East End family in new and unexpected ways in the third volume of this series about Britain under siege.Susan Cahill enjoys her job at the BBC until a bomb destroys the building and brings unwelcome responsibilities and an autocratic new boss, Walter Boscombe. He has no time for ambitious young women from Shadwell and seems determined to break Susan's spirit - and her heart. Breda Hooper, Susan's widowed sister-in-law, and her small son are rescued from the East End's shattered docklands by Danny, Susan's estranged husband. Settled in a shabby caravan in the Vale of Evesham, Breda soon finds herself entangled in village affairs in more ways than one, with only her quick wits, her new friends and the ever dependable Danny to keep her out of trouble.For Susan and Breda jeopardy comes not from the skies but in the terrible price each must pay for falling in love with men who are not all that they seem to be and who, even in the midst of all out war, will change their lives forever.
The Constant Heart
By Patricia Robins
Tamily has won the love of handsome and amusing Dick Allenton, her childhood companion and heir to the Allenton estates. But her marriage to the charming but irresponsible Dick is rocked by his love affair with the sophisticated American Carol Holmer and Tamily's own growing affection for the Allenton bailiff, Adam Bond.When tragedy intervenes, Dick begins to realise where his heart really lies. But he does not anticipate the outcome of his fierce emotional entanglement with the determined Carol.A compelling classic romance from the inimitable Patricia Robins, first published in 1964 and now available for the first time in eBook.
A Christmas Wedding
By Julia Stagg
A wonderful Christmas short story set in a little French village.It's six days before Christmas, and preparations are well underway in the little French village of Fogas for Stephanie and Fabian's wedding on Christmas Eve.Their best-laid plans are scuppered, however, when the caterers and the venue both call to cancel. And on top of that, Fabian wants to know what love is . . . He has last-minute jitters which everyone, bar Stephanie, is well aware of.With only days to go, the Pyrenean mountain community must pull together if the festive nuptials are to go ahead. It's all set to be a Christmas they'll never forget . . .'Entertaining drama in small-town France.' Woman & Home on L'AUBERGE
Chateau of Flowers
By Denise Robins
In keeping with her father's dying wish, Laura goes to live at the family chateau in France.But the happiness she hoped for eluded her. Instead she is mistreated by her own relatives. Ordered about by her aunts, envied by an indulged cousin, Laura finds very little pleasure... Will her one chance for love be denied?
Climb to the Stars
By Denise Robins
An arduous journey to exotic lands has turned into a nightmare for Jane Daunt. As the "poor" relation, Jane serves as a private secretary to her uncle and companion to her beautiful spoiled cousin. Jane watches the whims of her cousin Sonia have a devastating effect upon Pat Connel, the strong dependable chauffeur - and she suffers as a silent spectator to their romance. Jane is deeply in love with Pat - but she knows he will have to suffer as she had. She had sworn to Sonia long ago not to reveal the terrible secret of the past - a secret that would prevent Pat and Sonia from marrying - a secret that would send Pat into Jane's waiting arms...A captivating love story from the 100-million-copy bestselling Queen of Romance, first published in 1936, and available now for the first time in eBook.
Come Back Yesterday
By Denise Robins
Half Russian, with all the deep seated passion of that people, Tamara Whitfield thinks herself very much in love with Paul Pryce. Paul with his attractive mocking smile, has captured her heart and for her, it has been no casual affair. But Paul, a struggling young composer, does not want to be pinned down, and he leaves Tam for another girl...Tam marries Quentin, a young stockbroker who is handsome and reliable. But try as she might, Tam cannot forget Paul. When a tragedy alters her whole life, she finds herself drawn once more to her old flame...
Could I forget
By Denise Robins
Laura has never liked young Dr. Marsh, though he cares deeply for her. When he first came to the Yorkshire moors, her father's medical practice suffered. After her father died, loyalty and pride stood between them like a wall.However, the rising tide of Philip Marsh's love begins to weaken her defences, until, one night, she surrenders her heart. Then her jealous sister schemes to steal Philip's heart away. Could Laura ever forget the betrayal that tears her world apart?
By Denise Robins
When both her father and mother pass away within a few months of eachother, Clem Wright suddenly finds herself all alone in the world withouta real friend to turn to.She takes a job, becoming personal assistant to the brilliant osteopath,Charles Maddison - and soon her troubles are forgotten as she findsherself swept away in a fountain of bliss. For three wonderful monthsshe is wined and dined by her charming superior, and nothing seemsimpossible; so the news, when she hears it, is just too much.Charles is getting married - to a beautiful model girl he met whileholidaying abroad. It seems like the end of everything for poor Clem:can life really be so cruel?A captivating love story from the 100-million-copy bestselling Queen ofRomance, first published in 1966 and now available for the first time ineBook.
By Jennifer L. Armentrout
A compelling novel from Jennifer L. Armentrout, the New York Times bestselling author of the Covenant and Lux series. Dying sucks - and high school senior Ember McWilliams knows firsthand. After a fatal car accident, her gifted little sister brought her back. Now anything Ember touches dies. And that, well, really blows. Ember operates on a no-touch policy with all living things - including boys. When Hayden Cromwell shows up, quoting Oscar Wilde and claiming her curse is a gift, she thinks he's a crazed cutie. But when he tells her he can help control it, she's more than interested. There's just one catch: Ember has to trust Hayden's adopted father, a man she's sure has sinister reasons for collecting children with abilities even weirder than hers. But when Ember learns the accident that turned her into a freak may not have been an accident at all, she's not sure who to trust. Someone wanted her dead, and the closer she gets to the truth, the closer she is to losing not only her heart, but her life. For real this time.
The Changing Years
By Denise Robins
Jilted by the man she hoped to marry, Prudence is on her way to Gibraltar when she meets Vyvian, an Englishman in Spain who has inherited a castle. They wed, and all is well until Vyvian's first wife, Fleur, arrives at the castle. Vyvian had always presumed her dead...
By Claire Lorrimer
Mysterious and attractive, Clare is a wartime VAD nurse, and is engaged to Robin Claye, an army officer. On the surface Clare appears to be happy. However, will the scandalous past of her parents continue to haunt her?
Chain of Love
By Denise Robins
Beloved--or pawn in a game of revenge?When Rina Morrison's family browbeat her into accepting a proposal of marriage, she resigned herself to a loveless--though wealthy-- existence in Hungary. Aand a devastating encounter with the dashing Michael while she was journeying to her wedding ensured an even more heart-wrenching future for her. Now she was betrothed to one man while loving another. But did Michael really love her? In reality he was Miska the Gypsy and his bitterest enemy was Rina's fiance. It was possible that his love for her might very well be hatred....
The Cyprus Love Affair
By Denise Robins
A sweeping sun-drenched love story from the original Queen of Romance first published in 1969 and now available for the first time in eBook. When pretty young Lucie Gresham takes a job as companion to the mother of rich shipping magnate Adrian Ollivent she also realises her long-held wish to visit the beautiful island of Cyprus.Lucie finds the island as enchanting as she had hoped and Mrs Ollivent a pleasant and kindly old lady but also finds herself falling in love with Adrian. He is not a happy man and displays little affection towards her so Lucie determines to discover what has made him this way. She finds much pain and unhappiness has to be endured before the complete truth is finally exposed.
The Captain's Wives
By Malcolm Macdonald
Frank Morgan, captain of the bargue Pegasus, always claimed he had two wives. The deeply respectable Hilda back in north London - and the sea. But in the spring of 1885, outward bound for Boston with a cargo of cheap furniture and poverty-stricken Irish emigrants, a new and overwhelming emotion enters his iron-disciplined life. Teresa O'Dee is young, lovely and with a spirit that awakens unnerving, long-buried memories of times past. A the age of sail gives way finally to steam, everything in Frank Morgan's life is about to change...
Cuckoo In The Nest
By Nora Kay
When Linda Chalmers hears her best friend from college has died her whole life changes forever. She finds herself the guardian of precocious fifteen-year old Jennifer. Ignoring her mother Kirsty's warnings and her family's reluctance Linda brings the young girl back with her to Dundee to prevent her being sent to a foster home. She believes Jennifer to be a victim of her past and is determined to ensure that she is made to feel welcome in her family. The rest of the family are unsure what to make of the sullen girl thrown into their midst. When Jennifer shows that she has no intention of settling for the lifestyle set out for her, tensions begin to rise. Spoilt, selfish and beautiful, dreaming of wealth and fame, Jennifer won't let anything, or anyone, stand in her way. She can only cause heartbreak for herself and those who have taken this cuckoo into their nest.
Children of Rhanna
By Christine Marion Fraser
Since childhood they have been inseparable friends: Lorn, Lewis, Ruth and Rachel. The close-knit community of Rhanna has watched them grow up - playing and fighting together, seeing each other through the bad times. But now they are grown and they face a harsher world, and all the problems of love and loss for which their tranquil Hebridean upbringing cnanot prepare them. Yet all four know that whatever might happen, however far they drift apart, they are still and always children of Rhanna.
By Joanna Hines
At sixteen Margaret's childhood is over when she is persuaded to leave the secure world of her family's farm to marry a stranger with his own secrets. Alienated by her husband's coldness, Margaret is desperate for affection. And she unwillingly finds herself turning to the wealthy Richard Treveryan; a cynical and bitter man, loathed by her family and friends. Margaret discovers in him an unexpected tenderness and in herself a passion she'd never thought possible. But the bloodshed of the Civil War threatens all Margaret holds dear. Forcing her to choose between her beloved son and the only happiness she has ever known...
By Jessica Stirling
The second novel in Stirling's historical saga brings to light yet more dark secrets, amorous entanglements and murder...Elspeth and Anna Patterson of Balnesmoor have both married well: Elspeth to a wealthy wool merchant, Anna to the son of a respected factor. But they are far from happy. The two married sisters, leading oddly parallel lives, find themselves entangled in a web of infidelity, scandal, and heartache in the midst of Wellington's Peninsular War on the continent.The story continues in Hearts of Gold.