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One Summer Weekend by Juliet Archer

One Summer Weekend

One summer weekend can change everything …

Alicia Marlowe’s life as an executive coach is well under control – until she meets her new client, Jack Smith. Jack’s reputation precedes him and Alicia knows immediately that he spells trouble. Read More

Hope, Mistletoe and a Christmas Promise by Juliet Archer

Hope, Mistletoe and a Christmas Promise

When a Christmas promise becomes hard to keep …

Pip Smith knows she owes it to her family to hold on to the festive traditions that have been a comfort since the year everything changed – but this Christmas she’s going to need a miracle to keep everyone in her life happy. Read More

The Great Christmas Cook Off by Helen Buckley

The Great Christmas Cook Off

It’s the festive showdown to end all festive showdowns …

“Queen of Chocolate” Beatrice Wodehouse, known for her decadent desserts, is ready to go head to head with her social media nemesis, clean lean baking machine Charlie Simmonds, in the Great Christmas Cook Off TV show. Read More

A Little Christmas Panto by Angela Britnell

A Little Christmas Panto

Can a little Cornish village panto convince a troubled Hollywood heart throb to act again?

Oh no it won’t! At least that’s what Zach Broussard initially thinks when the eccentric Anna Teague tries to railroad him into helping out with her community pantomime production in the run-up to Christ Read More

Summer at Seaspray Cottage by Angela Britnell

Summer at Seaspray Cottage

What would you do if you inherited a Cornish cottage by the sea?
If you’re Thea Armitage, sell it as soon as possible. Read More

Recipe for Mr Super by Anni Rose

Recipe for Mr Super

Where’s a hero when you need him?

In Autumn Rigden’s case, enjoying semi-celebrity status on the other side of the world. Read More

A Vacancy for a Village Vet by Joanne Boden

A Vacancy for a Village Vet

From big city high-flyer to little village vet …

Hannah and Daniel were teenage sweethearts, but then Daniel left their sleepy village of Middlefern and his grandfather’s veterinary practice behind for the bright lights of London. Read More

Meet Me on the Buddy Bench by Hannah Pearl

Meet Me on the Buddy Bench

When an ordinary park bench becomes a lifeline …

As a primary school teacher, Ava Lam is familiar with the ‘buddy bench’: a rainbow painted bench where sad or lonely children can sit to show they need a friend. Read More

Keeping Up with the Kershaws by Helen Buckley

Keeping Up with the Kershaws

What do you do when your life becomes more dramatic than reality TV?

As the devoted carer for famous antique expert Harold Kershaw, Karrie Morgan was always happy to keep a professional distance from his four spoilt grown-up children, who rarely made time for their father. Read More

It's Only Rock and Roll by Berni Stevens

It’s Only Rock and Roll

Is the rock and roll lifestyle all it’s cracked up to be?
Being the girlfriend of a rock star isn’t all glitz and glamour – at least that’s what Izzy Grant has found since she started dating Seth Roberts of Scarlet Gryphon fame; it’s actually a lot of waiting and wondering and worrying as Read More