The Mersey Angels
by Sheila Riley
The thrilling new book from Sheila Riley in her Liverpool Saga series 1916 LIVERPOOLFollowing the death of her father, Ruby Swift, and husband Archie finally move back into Ashland Hall.As the Great War rages, fathers and sons take the King's Shilling and head off to fight the unknown enemy, not knowing what horrors lie ahead. With Ned Kincaid in the Navy, Archie signs up to the volunteer constabulary and nurses Anna Cassidy and Ellie Harrington enlist to do their bit for King and Country. Soon...
The Other Woman
by Iris Gower
Gwenllyn Lyons has been raised by her grandmother, in an elegant cottage set in the hills above the Wye Valley. One afternoon, as she and her grandmother return from town, they come across a man lying injured and unconscious by the river bank. They take him home and nurse him until he recovers but nothing seems to help him regain his lost memories - he has no idea who he is, or where he has come from. Over the long hot summer they spend together, Gwenllyn realises that she can't imagine what it...
The Royal Rogue (Nordic Royals, #4)
by Karina Halle
Every family has a black sheep - even the royal ones.In the royal family of Denmark, that black sheep is me. Princess Stella, the scandalous divorcee, the only single mom in the family. It doesn't bother me what people say. It's always been me and my daughter against the world.Then that world of mine gets turned upside down.Prince Orlando of Monaco, whom the media has dubbed "The Royal Rogue" for many good reasons, comes to stay. The lewd words that leave his lips are inappropriate in any compan...
The Exiles (The Australians, #1) (Soundings S., #1833)
by Vivian Stuart
Hold the Dream (Emma Harte)
by Barbara Taylor Bradford
The continuing story of Emma Harte, indomitable heroine of A Woman of Substance. Emma Harte is now eighty years old and ready to hand over the reins of the vast business empire she has created. To her favourite grandchild, Paula McGill Fairley, Emma bequeaths her mighty retailing empire with these heartfelt words: `I charge you to hold my dream.' A towering international success, this is the powerfully moving tale of one woman's determination...
by James Flint
On his way back from a meeting one day, investment banker Alex Wold finds himself standing up to his waist in the Thames, trying to guide a lost bottlenose whale back out to the sea. Later, as he's drying out his suit and shoes, the news comes through that Tony Nolan – his mother’s ex-husband – has died of a sudden heart attack.Alex wonders if the universe is urging him to resolve a long-running feud with his environmentalist brother Matthew, and with the Wolds and the Nolans all heading back to...