But the reality is a soulless home, an unfaithful husband and a very lonely heart. But if they can open up to one another, these two women may just learn that sometimes letting go is the first step to moving forward and new friendships can come from the most unlikely situations. Perfect to curl up with on a winter's day' Liz Fenwick.
After ten years together, Carrie Nolan is devastated when she's dumped by Kevin Mulvey without even a backwards glance! But on reflection, she has sacrificed her own long-term happiness by pandering to his excessive ego in their successful Dublin restaurant and out of it — but not anymore!
While Kevin is 'living the dream' with his beautiful new Brazilian girlfriend, Carrie seeks solace from a circle of mismatched strangers who need her as much as she needs them. How far do you need to fall before you learn the true value of family and friends? And is it ever too late to start again She lives with her husband of fourteen years, two daughters, a cat, two chickens and a Weimaraner called Bertie in a village in Somerset, which may or may not have provided the inspiration for Little Somerby.
Second chances, new loves and scrumptious cakes, in this heart-warming novel. Following the tragic death of her beloved husband, Anna Hemingway decides it's time for a fresh start. So Anna and her three-year-old daughter Ellie move to a picture-perfect cottage in the beautiful village of Little Somerby, and when she takes over the running of the village tea shop, Ellie and Anna start to find happiness again. But things get complicated when Matthew Carter , the owner of the local cider farm, enters their lives. Throughout a whirlwind year of village fetes and ancient wassails, love, laughter, apple pie and new memories, life slowly blossoms again.
But when tragedy strikes and history seems to be repeating itself, Anna must find the strength to hold onto the new life she has built.
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This beautiful, life-affirming debut novel marks the beginning of the Little Somerby series, and promises to make you smile, cry, reach for a cream tea, and long for a life in the perfect English countryside. It is beautifully written and Very much looking forward to reading book two'. I can't wait for the sequel'.
Following the death of her husband, Anna Hemingway decides it's time for a fresh start. So, Anna and her three-year-old daughter Ellie move to a picture-perfect cottage in the village of Little Somerby. When Anna takes over the village tea shop, she starts to find happiness again.
But things get complicated when Matthew Carter, the owner of the local cider farm, enters her life. Throughout a whirlwind year of village fetes and ancient wassails, apple pie and new memories, life slowly blossoms again. But when tragedy strikes, Anna must find the strength to hold onto the new life she has built. Caroline Hemingway can't help but feel a little strange watching her ex sister-in-law marrying the owner of Carter's Cider Farm, but she's delighted Anna's found happiness after the death of her late husband, and Caroline's brother, James.
If only Caroline could find her own love story Desperate to escape the rat race, Caroline decides to take the plunge and move to the idyllic village of Little Somerby, where she is given the task of opening and running a restaurant in one of the forgotten barns on the Cider Farm. Opening and running The Cider Kitchen is no easy task, and there are many challenges on the way, but slowly Caroline feels she's being accepted into the local community, and starts to believe she may have found her forever home. But secrets from her past seem destined to haunt her, and not even the attentions of the very dishy Jonathan Carter can distract her from all she's left behind Sophie Henderson loves her job at Carter's Cider in the picturesque Somerset village of Little Somerby, but with summer dawning before yet another picking and pressing season, and her boss David showing no signs of wanting to hang up his cider jug, perhaps it is time to move on.
With Sophie as his mentor, attraction between them starts to grow alongside the apples. For Alex, however, being in Little Somerby is about more than cider, and as the summer grows warmer, and his relationship with Sophie blossoms, can he find the courage to tell her the truth before it's too late? Federica Bosco is a writer and screenwriter. Her books have been translated into 11 languages. Read more about her on her blog: www. She was born in , lives in the province of Modena and works as an architect. Learn more at www. One minute, Jemma Pears is a struggling theatrical make-up artist in London.
The next, she's been left a vast fortune by her estranged grandmother.
The catch: she must marry a man with a title to inherit. Jemma thinks this is truly impossible: she's a romantic, searching for true love, not just a convenient marriage Enter Ashford, the new Duke of Burlingham.see url
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His legacy: massive debts that he must pay back immediately or risk the bank seizing his assets. Or worse: his mother's wrath! When their lawyer hears of their situations, a secret match is made despite their mutual hatred of each other: through marrying Ashford, Jemma can inherit and Ashford can pay back his debts immediately.
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Problem solved. That is, until their marriage is leaked to the press and everyone finds out A hilarious pretense ensues and Jemma must battle against a crazy mother in law, a stuffy aristocracy, and finally, and most surprisingly of all, confusing feelings for Ashford! Fenella J. Miller was born in the Isle of Man. Her father was a Yorkshire man and her mother the daughter of a Rajah. She has worked as a nanny, cleaner, field worker, hotelier, chef, secondary and primary teacher and is now a full time writer.
She has over thirty-eight Regency romantic adventures published plus four Jane Austen variations, three Victorian sagas and seven WW2 family sagas. She lives in a pretty, riverside village in Essex with her husband and British Shorthair cat. She has two adult children and three grandchildren. Flying instructor Ellie Simpson has grown up a tomboy. She's never had an interest in the latest fashions or finding a husband, her only passion is flying her beloved Tiger Moth.
But when war is declared, she is no longer be able to do what she loves most - fly. But when tragedy strikes close to home, Ellie realises that this war could tear both the country she loves - and her heart - apart Life as an ATA pilot is tough, but despite the long hours and danger, Ellie can think of nowhere she'd rather be. Not only does she love flying, but doing important war work, alongside new-found friends, provides a welcome distraction from worrying about loved ones fighting on the front line. Being an ATA girl is definitely exciting, but as Ellie soon finds out wearing the distinctive blue uniform also means putting her life on the line every time she takes to the skies.
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It will take friendship and a strength she didn't know she possessed to help her county — and those she loves — to survive. Ellie Simpson isn't your usual Spitfire pilot, but then with the world at war nothing is quite as it used to be! The ATA is calling upon its most expert and trusted pilots to deliver the precious bombers wherever they're needed, and Ellie, who can fly a Spitfire as well as the boys on the frontline, is their newest recruit.
Giving her all to a job she loves leaves Ellie precious little time for Squadron Leader Jack Reynolds. And while Ellie is brave enough to take the controls of a Spitfire, it takes a different kind of courage to open her heart to love once again. With her friends and family in constant danger she realises that their love is strong enough to stand the test of all the hardship the war can throw at them. An emotional historical fiction that tells the story of friendship, camaraderie and triumph over adversity.
Fiona Perrin was a journalist and copywriter before building a career as a sales and marketing director in industry. Fiona grew up in Cornwall, hung out for a long time in London and then Hertfordshire, and now writes as often as possible from her study overlooking the sea at the end of The Lizard peninsula. If she tries very hard, Ami can remember when she used to have a dynamic and exciting career and a husband who she loved more than life itself, and who was equally smitten with her Now she has two children, a terrifyingly large mortgage, and no idea who she has become — or why she and her husband can't even be in the same room anymore.
With life as she knew it in tatters around her, Ami is heartbroken, and in no way pulling off 'consciously uncoupling' like a celeb. But as she begins the exhausting task of balancing work, motherhood and singledom, she starts to wonder. Might she just come out the other side and be As funny as Sophie Kinsella, as poignantly touching as Marian Keyes, Fiona Perrin's hilarious debut is an unmissable story for modern women everywhere.
It was heartwarming and heartbreaking, but it made me smile as well. A very good mixture of excellent ingredients. I truly loved it' Kim S, Netgalley.
Franco Marks is a writer and television director who lives and works in Rome. He has written the novels La neve rossa , Il visionario shortlisted for the Strega Prize , Festa al blu di Prussia winner of the Procida Isola di Arturo — Elsa Morante Prize , Il profumo della neve shortlisted for the Strega Prize , Lo show della farfalla shortlisted for the Viareggio-Repaci Prize , Il suicidio perfetto , La mossa del cartomante , Tre cadaveri sotto la neve , Lo strano caso dell'orso ucciso nel bosco , Delitto con inganno and Giallo di mezzanotte.
His books have been translated in several countries. At first glance, the town inhabitants are as perfect as their postcard scenery. But under the surface, nothing is as it seems So when four women are discovered dead, seemingly by their own hand, Marzio can sense that something isn't right. Fighting against his police chief, his own emotions and the evidence stacked against him, Marzio is caught up in a race against time to discover what truly happened.
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