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Pippa's Cornish Dream (by Debbie Johnson)

HarperImpulse (02 Jul, 2015)

Every summer has a story… Since Pippa Harte was forced to take over her parents’ farm, she’s barely had time to shave her legs let alone make time for a date. Now she’s more likely to be getting down and dirty mucking out the pigs – and avoiding those of the human male variety. When Ben Retallick walks out of her childhood and back into her present it seems that perhaps Pippa has more time t ...

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Is This Love? (Choc Lit) (Middledip series Book 4) (by Sue Moorcroft)

Choc Lit (01 Oct, 2013)

How many ways can one woman love? When Tamara Rix's sister Lyddie is involved in a hit-and-run accident that leaves her in need of constant care, Tamara resolves to remain in the village she grew up in. Tamara would do anything for her sister, even sacrifice a long-term relationship. But when Lyddie's teenage sweetheart Jed Cassius returns to Middledip, he brings news that shakes the Rix family to their ...

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The Artificial Anatomy of Parks (by Kat Gordon)

Legend Press (01 Jul, 2015)

At twenty-one, Tallulah Park lives alone in a grimy bedsit. There’s a sink in her bedroom and a strange damp smell that means she wakes up wheezing. Then she gets the call that her father has had a heart attack. Years before, she was being tossed around her difficult family; a world of sniping aunts, precocious cousins, emigrant pianists and lots of gin, all presided over by an unconventional grand ...

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Elizabeth is Missing (by Emma Healey)

Penguin (01 Jan, 2015)

Meet Maud. Maud is forgetful. She makes a cup of tea and doesn't remember to drink it. She goes to the shops and forgets why she went. Sometimes her home is unrecognizable - or her daughter Helen seems a total stranger. But there's one thing Maud is sure of: her friend Elizabeth is missing. The note in her pocket tells her so. And no matter who tells her to stop going on about it, to leave it alone, ...

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At Home with the Templetons (by Monica McInerney)

Pan (01 Apr, 2011)

When the Templeton family from England takes up residence in a stately home in country Australia, they set the locals talking – and with good reason. From the outside, the seven Templetons seem so unusual . . . peculiar even. No one is more intrigued by the family than their neighbours, single mother Nina Donovan and her young son Tom. Before long, the two families’ lives become entwined in unexpect ...

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I Don't Want to Talk About It (Choc Lit) (Yorkshire Romances Book 5) (by Jane Lovering)

Choc Lit (31 Jul, 2015)

What if the one person you wanted to talk to wouldn’t listen? Winter Gregory and her twin sister Daisy live oceans apart but they still have the ‘twin thing’ going on. Daisy is Winter’s port in the storm, the first person she calls when things go wrong … And things are wrong. Winter has travelled to a remote Yorkshire village to write her new book, and to escape her ex-boyfriend Dan Bekener. ...

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The Flower Arrangement (by Ella Griffin)

Orion (18 Jun, 2015)

Golden peonies bowing their heads beneath blue delphinium bells. Delicate pink anemones threaded between freckled green orchids. Soft apricot roses woven together with velvety purple irises. Every bouquet tells a story. And every story begins at Blossom & Grow, a tiny jewel-like flower shop in the heart of Dublin. Here, among the buckets of fragrant blooms, beneath the flickering candles and lanterns, ...

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A Cottage in the Country (by Linn B. Halton)

HarperImpulse (16 Jul, 2015)

What do you do when your best friend has an affair with your husband of twenty-five years? Well, you pack your bags, grab half of the equity in the house you've both lovingly restored and run away to an idyllic little cottage in the country. Only, it’s not quite so idyllic when 1) Rustic charm sounds rather romantic, but the reality is something else … 2) The heavens decide to open on moving ...

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The Cherry Tree Cafe (by Heidi Swain)

Simon & Schuster UK (16 Jul, 2015)

Lizzie Dixon's life feels as though it's fallen apart. Instead of the marriage proposal she was hoping for from her boyfriend, she is unceremoniously dumped, and her job is about to go the same way. So, there's only one option: to go back home to the village she grew up in and to try to start again. Her best friend Jemma is delighted Lizzie has come back home. She has just bought a little cafe and needs ...

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A Very Big House in the Country (by Claire Sandy)

Pan (30 Jul, 2015)

'Holidays are about surviving the gaps between one meal and another.' For one long hot summer in Devon, three families are sharing one very big house in the country. The Herreras: made up of two tired parents, three grumbling children and one promiscuous dog; the Littles: he's loaded (despite two divorces and five kids), she's gorgeous, but maybe the equation for a truly happy marriage is a bit m ...

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The Other Family (by Joanna Trollope)

Transworld Digital (19 Jan, 2010)

Chrissie, in the twenty-three years she'd been together with Richie, had always believed that he loved her. He loved their three daughters and their house in Highgate and their happy, lively existence. But if she really was the love of his life, why had he never given her the one thing that would have made her life perfect? Then suddenly Richie is no longer there, and without him Chrissie' ...

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Second Chance (by Jane Green)

Penguin (12 Jun, 2008)

Holly Macintosh is sitting round her kitchen table with her oldest friends she hasn't seen since school - now reunited by an unexpected tragedy and catching up on the past 20 years. On the surface, they are all successful and happy. But scratch a little deeper after that extra glass of wine and it's not quite so straightforward: Paul and Anna are struggling to have a baby, Saffron the actress is stil ...

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