Rosie Thomas 5 Books Collection Pack Set RRP: £45.71Title In This Collection Are:-The ... more
Kashmir Shawl Spanning decades and moving from the stark beauty of the Welsh landscape to the Himalayas and Kashmir, this is a story of bravery, courage and love. Within one exotic land lie the secrets of a lifetime... Newlywed Nerys Watkins leaves rural Wales for the first time in her life, to accompany her husband on a missionary posting to India. Lovers and Newcomers From the bestselling author of Iris and Ruby comes a novel in which a group of old friends reunite to start a new stage of their lives. Miranda Meadowe decides a lonely widowhood in her crumbling country house is not for her. Reviving a university dream, she invites five of her oldest friends to come and join her to live, and to stave Constance The new novel from the Sunday Times bestselling author of Iris and Ruby. Connie Thorne was a foundling, a child left by her mother for strangers to find. Forty years on, without ever being able to discover her true identity, she has put all her energy into creating a flawless shell for herself. As a child, she was musical, her sister Jeanette was deaf.Iris and Ruby Rich and alive with descriptions of the bustling streets of old Cairo, and the vast, foreboding desert surrounding it -- 'Iris and Ruby' is a stirring story of mothers, daughters and the distance between three generations of one family. Sun at Midnight An epic love story and adventure set against the stunning backdrop of Antarctica. Alice Peel is a geologist. She believes in observation and proof. But now she stands alone on the deck of a rickety Chilean ship as a stark landscape reveals itself. Instead of the familiar
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When friendship becomes love, two people must face their greatest fear - being hurt again! The powerful new besteller from the country's number one storyteller. Luke Hammond: handsome, rich, charismatic, cursed by private tragedy. Amy Maitland: humble and kind with a good - but wounded - heart. When they meet by chance in a cafe run by Amy's best friend Daisy, a spark of love takes hold of their hearts. But neither are sure that they can dare to love again. And what of Luke's public life, hidden from Amy? The owner of a large factory, he is a pillar of the community, married - though in name only. But Luke is also a sensitive and emotional man, whose greatest joy is retreating to his woodland cabin, nestled deep in the Ribble Valley, where he creates powerful paintings. Amy is torn between her head and her heart, but her sense of honour is paramount - and when she discovers his true identity, she is thrown into even greater turmoil. Then disaster strikes the factory - and with it Daisy. Suddenly, the future looks troubled indeed!. About the AuthorJosephine Cox was born in Blackburn, one of ten children. At sixteen, Josephine married her husband Ken. When their two sons started school, Josephine went to college and gained a place at Cambridge University. She did not take this up as it would have meant living away from home, but she went into teaching - and started to write her first full-length novel. She won the 'Superwoman of Great Britain' Award at the same time as her novel was accepted for publication.