Fend off the cold nights with this warming story of love, passion and artistry.
Escaping a sheltered country life after the death of her mother, Anna is desperate for the new freedoms she thinks London will provide.
But, strangled by strict society rules and prejudices, she soon finds herself longing for home and the simple peace of her drawing.
Meanwhile, after years of sacrifice and hard work, Henri is poised on the edge of becoming a freeman.
All he needs is to create one ‘master piece’ and he believes he’s found the artist to help him accomplish it.
But as their two lives become further entwined, can they escape the violence that has erupted onto the streets of Spitalfields with their love intact?
A classic tale of romance and a sheer pleasure to curl up with.
Riders whip, horses foam and the roar of the crowd strangles all other sound of the piazza.
Two women look out from the crowd at the ten riders – both in hopeless resignation. Bound to the machiavellian son of a crime boss, there seems no escape for poor, innocent Pia.
And trapped behind her gilded palace walls and smothered by grief, Violante de’ Medici’s days as duchess are slipping from her grasp.
But as the hooves clatter in that miraculous Palio race of July 1723, both lives shall be turned irrevocably upside down.
Simply good fun!
Having dumped her cheating fiancé, Courtney Stone finds solace in the arms of an even greater love – her Jane Austin novels. But after waking up trapped in a strange body in Regency England, Mr Darcy might be closer than she thinks.
Confessions of a Jane Austin Addict was author Laurie Viera Rigler’s first novel, which was six years in the making.
Rebellion and romance in the shadow of revenge.
Betrothed to a vengeful spymaster, who relishes nothing but her family’s blood, and hunted by baying revolutionaries – from the shadow of the guillotine Eugénie must run.
The Pale Assassin is the first of two novels written by author Patricia Elliott capturing the brutal French Revolution. The Pimpernelles Collection details Eugénie de Boncoeur’s transformation from spoilt, indifferent aristocrat to quit-thinking heroine.