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Avalanche of Daisies

by Beryl Kingston Bloomsbury Publishing (November 27, 2014)

It is 1944, and Private Steve Wilkins is waiting to go to war. A new recruit to the mighty Desert Rats, he is billeted in Norfolk as the Allies meticulously plan the attack to open up the Second Front. Being...

The Hardie Inheritance

by Anne Melville Bloomsbury Publishing (July 31, 2014)

This third novel in the Hardie series sees Grace Hardie choosing to stay out if the marriage race. Instead, she devotes her time to her work as a sculptor, living in Greystones, the mansion she has inherited...

Grace Hardie

by Anne Melville Bloomsbury Publishing (July 31, 2014)

In the summer of 1898, the Marquess of Ross travels to Oxford seeking reconciliation with his only granddaughter, Lucy. On meeting her children for the first and last time, the old man's love goes out to the...

The House of Hardie

by Anne Melville Bloomsbury Publishing (July 31, 2014)

Volume One of the griping Victorian family saga.

Midge and Gordon Hardie were the children of a respected Oxford wine merchant, but no matter how charming his upper-crust customers were, the Hardies remained...


by Emma Tennant Bloomsbury Publishing (February 25, 2012)

Elizabeth wins Darcy, and Jane wins Bingley - but do they 'live happily ever after'? Emma Tennant's bestselling sequels to Pride and Prejudice ingeniously pick up several threads from Jane Austen's timeless...

The Man from Ceylon

by Ruby M. Ayres Bloomsbury Publishing (October 28, 2011)

Jessica and Paddy were two very different sisters, in love with the same man...

Of all the best-selling romantic novelists, Ruby M. Ayres has the greatest insight into human devices and desires. Her stories mirror...

Out of Step

by Maggie Makepeace Bloomsbury Publishing (December 01, 2011)

Nell is content with her life until she falls in love. From the moment she sees Bottom Cottage, deep in a west country valley, she knows she has to have it. But things become more complicated when she meets...

One Woman Too Many

by Ruby M. Ayres Bloomsbury Publishing (September 28, 2011)

When the last of her brothers and sisters was happily settled, Janet Hayes realised she must sell the rambling old house where they had all grown up together and find a new way of life.A friend put her in touch...

A Man of Forty

by Gerald Bullett Bloomsbury Publishing (September 28, 2011)

First published in 1940, this is the story of how young Adam Swinford, happily tipsy, forgets a weekend engagement in the country, and how in consequence his friend David Brome, waiting for Adam at Chiselbrook...

The Twitter Diaries

by Georgie Thompson & Imogen Lloyd Webber Bloomsbury Publishing (May 21, 2012)

The Twitter Diaries tells the story of pen pals for the 21st century. Two parallel lives separated by an ocean but united over a social network.

Tuesday (@Tuesday Fields), a sports reporter and Stella (@StellaCavill)...


by Angela Huth Bloomsbury Publishing (September 28, 2011)

Harry Antlers, a once-successful theatre director, falls obsessively in love with Viola Windrush when she comes to New York for an audition. There follows a wild pursuit, taking him to her Norfolk house and...

The Black Sheep

by Ruby M. Ayres Bloomsbury Publishing (September 28, 2011)

Norma Ackroyd is the quintessential English country rose-pretty and rather innocent. But on the day her path crosses with that of the notorious womanizer from London, George Laxton, fate itself seemed determined...

Return Journey

by Ruby M. Ayres Bloomsbury Publishing (October 28, 2011)

Rocky's father was a gambler. When scandal caused his disappearance, Rocky sought forgetfulness and enjoyment on a cruise.

It had been a dull voyage from London; rough in the Channel, colder and rougher in the...

One Summer

by Ruby M. Ayres Bloomsbury Publishing (September 28, 2011)

Gina was a cool young beauty with enough money and sufficient charm to get almost anything she desired. Then she met Jim Shepheard.

It was love at first sight-for Gina at least. And when, some time later, Jim...

The Tree Drops a Leaf

by Ruby M. Ayres Bloomsbury Publishing (September 28, 2011)

Could people change in only 28 days?

Ruby M Ayres can always find something to bring out of her treasure house. The Tree Drops a Leaf is a charming romantic tale dealing with charming romantic people.

The Kissing Gate

by Pamela Haines Bloomsbury Publishing (September 28, 2011)

Is at the heart of village life, and marks the beginning of the Squire's land. It is the rescue of Squire Ingham's son by the Irish servant-girl which creates the uneasy bond between Sarah, the respectable family...

The Dark Moment

by Ann Bridge Bloomsbury Publishing (December 01, 2011)

Feride and Nilüfer lead a elegant and comfortable life in Turkish aristocratic society until their lives are turned upside down by Atatürk's fight for independence after WWI. Finding strength and courage...

Men On White Horses

by Pamela Haines Bloomsbury Publishing (September 28, 2011)

An outstanding novel of romance and grief in the aftermath of the Great War

From a comfortable childhood in Edwardian Yorkshire, through the pain and grief of the

First World War, Edwina dreamed of Men on White...

Love Among the Single Classes

by Angela Lambert Bloomsbury Publishing (September 28, 2011)

'We who are members of the single classes, unmarried and unattached, are always waiting to fall in love...Every day and each encounter holds out the possibility of that momentous flash which will change everything.'...

Life Steps in

by Ruby M. Ayres Bloomsbury Publishing (September 28, 2011)

Ana would never fall in love - at least, so she thought. But an invitation to spend the summer with an old school friend changed that idea rapidly. Her friend had a husband.And from the moment they first met,...

Ribbons and Laces

by Ruby M. Ayres Bloomsbury Publishing (December 01, 2011)

After a series of tragedies, young Linda Lovelace finds herself more or less on her own. Fortunately she has her job at a draper's shop and there meets Nelly Sweet. When Nelly takes her to a dance she meets...

Love in Our Time

by Norman Collins Bloomsbury Publishing (March 20, 2014)

Gerald, a young man on the up-and-up with a good job and stylish friends, is doing rather well, even if he does say so himself. Newly married to the young and beautiful Alice, installed in their very own home...

Greek Wedding

by Jane Aiken Hodge Bloomsbury Publishing (January 23, 2014)

Brett Renshaw has not been having much luck. Spurned by his fiancé and outcast from society, he has taken to his boat and escaped to the distractions of the Mediterranean. Here he is free to drown his sorrows...

Watch the Wall, My Darling

by Jane Aiken Hodge Bloomsbury Publishing (January 23, 2014)

Only a deathbed promise to her dying father could force Christina Tretton to travel to Tretteign Grange, the 'Dark House', and meet her estranged family for the first time. Having to fast-talk her way out of...


by Jane Aiken Hodge Bloomsbury Publishing (January 23, 2014)

When Caterina Gomez returns to her beloved home of Oporto, Portugal, her troubles have only just begun. For the country is at war with France, and, even though Oporto is no longer in French hands, it is a shadow...

The Winding Stair

by Jane Aiken Hodge Bloomsbury Publishing (January 23, 2014)

Juana Brett's hapless father has dragged her to England from her beloved home in Portugal. In Portuguese, she is not hindered by the stutter that plagues her when she speaks in English, and she is not at the...

Gates of Paradise

by Beryl Kingston Bloomsbury Publishing (January 16, 2014)

It is 1852 and Alexander, a young biographer in search of the truth about William Blake, has parted from his new bride and travelled to the village of Felpham. For it was here that the scene of Blake's darkest...

London Pride

by Beryl Kingston Bloomsbury Publishing (January 16, 2014)

Growing up in the Tower of London under the loving protection of her soldier father, Peggy is proud and content, even if she does have to put up with her mother's nerves and her whining younger sister, Baby....

A Perfect Marriage

by Jean Saunders Bloomsbury Publishing (November 28, 2013)

First published in 2004, this novel tells the story of Robert Jarvis who dies from a heart attack, leaving his wife Margaret a widow at forty-two. Family and friends rally round, but their attentions only serve...

Red Sky at Night, Lovers' Delight

by Jane Aiken Hodge Bloomsbury Publishing (October 24, 2013)

When spirited Kate Warrender embarks on a dangerous impersonation she puts her family and home in jeopardy. In this enthralling new regency novel, first published in 1977, Jane Aiken Hodge, master of romance,...


by Jean Saunders Bloomsbury Publishing (November 28, 2013)

Gracie Brown's dream is to become an acclaimed seamstress, but because of her background, she believes that success is an unattainable goal. Then, at an opening of the new Palais, she meets Charlie, a dashing...

All in the April Morning

by Jean Saunders Bloomsbury Publishing (November 28, 2013)

The day dawns bright and fair on peaceful San Francisco. Outside the Pendleton mansion, the O'Connell sisters Â? Bridget and Kitty Â? enjoy the freedom of the hour. But this is the day of the great San Francisco...

A Bride from the Bush

by E.W. Hornung Bloomsbury Publishing (January 23, 2014)

Gladys, a spirited, beautiful girl raised in the heart of the Australian outback by her father, has married into British high society. Her husband Alfred, well meaning, kind and head-over-heels in love with...

Last Act

by Jane Aiken Hodge Bloomsbury Publishing (October 24, 2013)

When tragically widowed opera singer, Anne Paget, is told by a doctor that she has only a few months to live she is devastated. Instead of withering quietly into her fate she decides to take a risk and a final...

Lady Susan Plays the Game

by Janet Todd Bloomsbury Publishing (July 15, 2013)

A must-read for any devotee of Jane Austen, Janet Todd's 'naughty-Austen' reimagining of the epistolary novel Lady Susan will capture your literary imagination and get your heart racing.

Austen's only anti-heroine,...

Elinor and Marianne

by Emma Tennant Bloomsbury Publishing (August 15, 2013)

First published in 1996, this sequel to Jane Austen's Sense and Sensibility, written as an exchange of letters, Elinor and Marianne is the correspondence between the married Dashwood sisters Â? Mrs Brandon...


by Emma Tennant Bloomsbury Publishing (August 15, 2013)

In Tess, Tennant offers us an interpretation of Hardy's novel that places the real women in the author's life at its centre. Tess is based on Hardy's real-life obsession with a milkmaid named Augusta Way, who...

Emma in Love

by Emma Tennant Bloomsbury Publishing (August 15, 2013)

Two years after Emma Woodhouse married Mr Knightley and they have settled into loving, if not quite passionate, matrimony; Emma is bored.

To amuse herself, Emma decides to take up matchmaking again, whether her...

Love Lies Dreaming

by C. S. Forester Bloomsbury Publishing (July 23, 2013)

First published in 1927, Love Lies Dreaming is one of C.S Forester's earliest novels. Told in the voice of a young writer struggling to pen his next novel and therefore superficially preoccupied with the art...

Singing Waters

by Ann Bridge Bloomsbury Publishing (June 20, 2013)

Ann Bridge takes the little-known country of Albania for her background recreating the primitive grandeur of the country. The Albanian way of life demonstrates a noble standard of values that is rapidly disappearing...


by Jane Aiken Hodge Bloomsbury Publishing (March 25, 2013)

While Napoleon campaigns to conquer the world, Princess Isobel has one aim only: the freedom of Poland. Her dynastic marriage produces the prince who will be Poland's hope. Her elaborate game, mixing romance,...

The Daughter of the Hawk

by C. S. Forester Bloomsbury Publishing (March 18, 2013)

Escaped from an island prison more deadly than Devil's Island, Dawkins has everything to lose and nothing to gain by not getting involved with young Nina. But he had promised to protect her no matter what the...

Lover's Leap

by Martin Armstrong Bloomsbury Publishing (February 28, 2013)

One man and two women are the only characters in this delicate study of emotional relationships. Each of these three writes his or her account of what happens, and the result is an unusual and subtle revelation...

The Colour of Rain

by Emma Tennant Bloomsbury Publishing (February 28, 2013)

First published in 1963 under the pen name of Catherine Aydy, this is Tennant's first novel. It recounts episodes in the lives of a group of privileged, empty people. It is a soap opera of childish adults, moving...

The Bride

by Margaret Irwin Bloomsbury Publishing (February 21, 2013)

The story of the romance between the Marquis of Montrose, the soldier-poet who fought so magnificently for Charles I, and the enchanting, wayward Princess Louise, sister of Rupert of the Rhine.

Judas Flowering

by Jane Aiken Hodge Bloomsbury Publishing (May 30, 2013)

Set against the background of war-torn Savannah during the Revolution, this enchanting novel unfolds the saga of a family divided Â? and a beautiful heroine, Mercy Phillips, caught desperately between the passions...

Wide is the Water

by Jane Aiken Hodge Bloomsbury Publishing (February 21, 2013)

At the height of the American War of Independence, Hart Purchis, captain of a privateer, marries the rebellious spy Mercy Phillips, rescuing her from the wrath of the British in Savannah. But it is not long...

The Bannister Girls

by Jean Saunders Bloomsbury Publishing (December 03, 2012)

The bright dawn of the twentieth century finds itself shadowed by the strictures of the Victorian Age. Women, whatever their status in society, are still women and are expected to conform to their well-defined...

A Different Kind of Love

by Jean Saunders Bloomsbury Publishing (November 26, 2012)

'There's no way to soften this, so I'll say it outright. I already have a wife.'

In a single sentence Walter Radcliffe destroyed everything Kate Sullivan had lived for up to their wedding day.

Coventional family...

Fourpenny Flyer

by Beryl Kingston Bloomsbury Publishing (October 26, 2012)

Johnnie Easter takes his family by surprise when he falls in love with Harriet Sowervy. For all his business talent Johnnie is a shy lad, awkward at social events. But when he meets gentle Harriet, beaten into...