An evocative tale set in Cornwall during the First World War
Apprentice seamstresses Maud and Belinda find their days are full of fiddly alterations and difficult customers. But life changes dramatically for the girls in Penzance when the First World War rears its head. Belinda suddenly finds and enjoys a new independence and when her beau enlists, Maud learns how harsh love can be before it's hardly started . . .
A kitchen maid disappears and it's up to two unlikely companions to find her.
Autumn 1909: Edith Trewin, the general maid in the Killivert household, and Miss Alicia, the young lady of the house, are social worlds apart, though they share a streak of independence and intelligence. The two young women become unlikely allies after a kitchen maid inexplicably disappears shortly after her arrival at the house. The two unite in the search for her as they experience love and loss as the Great War overtakes the world.
The mysterious appearance of an unidentified man leads to difficult questions - and romance . . .
Cornwall, 1911: Young lady's maid Effie Pengelly is confused and alarmed when charming Constable Alexander Dawes questions her about an unidentified, now deceased man who came to the town asking for her whereabouts. As the weeks go by, Constable Dawes seeks out any excuse to talk to Miss Pengelly, but he knows his family would never allow them to marry. When the investigation into the dead man finally reveals a clue, could this lead Alex and Effie towards the future they deserve?
Set against the backdrop of a country at war, the uplifting tale of an unusual friendship between two very different women.
Cornwall 1916. On the coastal path one evening, Verity witnesses something suspicious on the cliffs which causes her to fear the involvement of German spies. There's only one person she can turn to: Effie, wife of the local police constable, now fighting overseas. But Effie has a tragedy of her own to face, while scandal will rock Verity's family.
A truly inspiring adventure set in the Alaskan gold rush
1890. Elizabeth Breckenridge sets sail for Alaska in search of her missing brother; but when disaster strikes and she falls overboard, it is a man very unlike her minister brother who comes to the rescue. Clint Brady is a cynical bounty hunter who shoots to kill, but together he and Elizabeth will have to put aside their differences in order to survive the beautiful yet unforgiving Alaskan frontier. However, we soon learn that the past would prove a much more sinister enemy to the pair than any harsh terrain . . .
When tragedy strikes, prejudices are challenged.
Devastated by the droughts and plagues that have ravaged her family's homestead on the Nebraska Plains in the 1870s, settler Ingrid Svensson regards wealthy Jude Kingman as her sworn enemy. But Ingrid gradually sees that Jude shares her commitment to seeing justice served, and when personal tragedy strikes at everything she holds most dear, this strong, independent woman must reconsider her previous assumptions and open her heart to forgiveness ...and love.
A 'Louisiana Gentleman' novel
Luke Benedict figures he's the only one in Turn-Coupe, Louisiana, who can save novelist April Halstead from someone intent on revenge. If only he could get April to cooperate. Years ago, he let her down, and she's never been able to forgive him. But that's not about to stop Luke, and if he's got to kidnap a woman who despises him to keep her safe, then that's exactly what he'll do...
A mother prepared to go to any lengths to save her child - and a man who will do whatever it takes to protect her...
Janna Kerr's desperately ill little girl, Lainey, needs a kidney transplant, and Janna's prepared to do whatever's necessary to get her one. Janna's long-ago lover, Matt Benedict, from the handsome, powerful and wealthy Benedict family, died without ever knowing about the child they'd made together. When Matt's twin brother, Clay, makes an unexpected visit to the isolated fishing cabin where Janna and her daughter Lainey have been staying, a dangerous and deadly web entangles them all.
As two people escape danger, their unspoken passion wears away the defences which guard their hearts.
Wade Benedict has a job to do: infiltrate a treacherous land and rescue Chloe Madison. The trouble is, Chloe doesn't want to be rescued. She refuses to abandon her friends or her commitments - even though her own life is at stake. But Chloe has met her match in Wade, a man as honorable and determined as she is...
A wonderfully moving romance from a best-selling and award-winning author
Leah Cornish knew she was gambling her future on a man she had only met once, but did she have a choice? Guy Hamilton seemed to understand her, and his kind eyes had not judged. He had offered her his help and now she needed it. She knew too that she would have to forget those feelings she had for him, feelings she had refused to name. But how can she, when those very feelings are all that she has left?