Praise for The Cornish Cream Tea series:‘A warm, cosy festive joy’ Alex Brown‘The perfect festive treat’ Cathy Bramley‘Evocative and gorgeous’ Phillipa Ashley‘Warm hearted fun, with a sprinkle of love.’ Holly Martin
'Not since Melina Marchetta's Looking for Alibrandi has an Australian author presented the cross-cultural challenges of new Australians quite so beautifully. Beautiful Messy Love is my pick for 2017...
A charming and nostalgic read, perfect for fans of Coronation Street and readers who love stories set in wartime.
A forgotten house and a secret hidden for a century… 'Wonderfully evocative’ Judy Finnigan 'An absolute delight!' Hazel Gaynor ‘Wonderful escapism’ Tracy Rees ’A lovely story' Erica James ‘Gloriously rich’ Rachel Hore ‘Sublime storytelling’ Cathy Bramley ‘Emotional’ Kate Ryder
The plucky heroines at the Quality Street factory must be ready for anything as war looms.
‘A warm and wonderful read’ Woman’s Own ‘Captivating’ Heat Magazine ‘Beautiful… heartwarming’ Zara Stoneley ‘A wonderful ray of reading sunshine’ Heidi Swain ‘A fun, summery read – a little slice of a Cornish cream tea but without the calories!’ – Bella Osborne
‘Moving, romantic, and downright funny! A magical read, perfect for anyone who’s ever made a wish.’ Samantha Tonge, 5 starsWhat do you do when ‘the one that got away’ now won’t go away? In fact, he’s so determined not to go away that he’s literally chained himself to a tree.