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Luck Be A Lady
Author: Anna King
Publisher: Canelo
ISBN: 1788630068
Pages: 300
Year: 2017-10-09
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From riches to rags – but there’s wealth in love... Rebecca Bradford has had more to cope with in her nineteen short years than most people face in a lifetime. Her peaceful childhood in Kent is devastated when her parents and younger brothers are taken by smallpox. When her cousin Richard offers to take her in, it seems an offer too tempting to refuse. But Richard’s bedridden sister is in need of constant attention, and when Rebecca moves into Richard’s house in London’s East End, Richard moves out. Luck, it seems, has been anything but a lady. And when Rebecca is attacked while out shopping, it seems that fate is far from finished with her. Then Rebecca is rescued by Jimmy Jackson, an East End bookie with deep brown eyes and rugged good looks. And as she gets to know him, she realises she has found that rarest of men: one who is as kind as he is attractive... For readers of Katie Flynn, Annie Groves, and Rosie Goodwin, Luck Be A Lady is a heartwarming East End saga.
The Cavendon Luck
Author: Barbara Taylor Bradford
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
ISBN: 1250091292
Pages: 400
Year: 2016-06-07
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From the #1 New York Times bestselling author comes a captivating epic saga of courage and honor, following the aristocratic Inghams and the loyal Swann family who have served them for centuries. It is 1938 in England, and Miles and Cecily Ingham have lead the family in bringing the Cavendon estate back from the brink of disaster. But now, with the arrival of World War II, Cavendon Hall will face its biggest challenge yet. It is a challenge that will push the Inghams and Swanns to protect each other and the villagers, and reveal their true capacity for survival and rebirth. Told with Bradford’s deft, evocative prose and featuring a beloved cast of characters, The Cavendon Luck is a story of intrigue, romance, sorrow, and joy that readers won’t soon forget.
The Orphan Girl
Author: Lindsey Hutchinson
Publisher: Head of Zeus Ltd
ISBN: 1788541472
Pages: 429
Year: 2018-01-01
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Beloved author Lindsey Hutchinson is back with another novel of triumph over adversity set in the heart of a Black Country community. Perfect for fans of Josephine Cox and Lyn Andrews. Taken into service, orphan Lily Rae has heard all the stories about what entitled masters think their pretty maid's duties include. But when the very worst happens to her, she knows scrubbing the scullery floors of Ryder House no longer provide refuge from the sadistic Sebastian Ryder... Cold and alone, Lily makes for the town of Wednesbury, knowing she has only herself to rely on... Tilley Green has nothing to her name except a fine figure her worn, patched-up clothes can't disguise, and the voice of an angel. Destined to be a chorus-hall star Tilley must first escape the clutches of her opportunistic and violent manager, a certain Seb Ryder... Life has been a long tough struggle for both Lily and for Tilley, but the town of Wednesbury just could be where they can find their own glimmer of happiness...
The Luck of the Bride
Author: Janna MacGregor
Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks
ISBN: 1250116163
Pages: 384
Year: 2018-05
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Can a woman who's down on her luck find love with a dashing Duke-to-be? Readers will find out in the next installment in acclaimed author MacGregor's Regency romance series. Original.
The Canal Girl
Author: Sheila Newberry
Publisher: Bonnier Publishing Fiction Ltd.
ISBN: 1785761676
Pages: 400
Year: 2016-04-07
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For fans of Katie Flynn and Sheila Jeffries, The Canal Girl is a heart-warming novel from the Queen of family saga, and author of Bicycles and Blackberries, Sheila Newberry. Wales, 1883. Young Ruth Owen, a talented musician with a scholarship to a prestigious music school, has a sparkling career ahead of her. But after a run-in with her mysterious tutor, Drago, she flees to London, leaving everything and everyone behind. London, 1897. Fourteen years later, Ruth Owen, now married with two children, finds herself struggling for money and a place to live. Left with no other option, she must return with her family to the place she once fled. But what troubles await her return? And can the past ever truly be forgotten? 'Reading a Sheila Newberry book is like having dinner with your mother in her warm and cosy kitchen. You can feel the love and care put into every juicy morsel' - Diane Allen, bestselling author of For the Sake of Her Family 'I have long been a fan of Sheila Newberry's novels. I love their wonderful warmth and charm.' Maureen Lee, bestselling author of The Seven Streets of Liverpool
A Little Luck
Author: Jill Sanders
Publisher: Jill Sanders
ISBN: 1942896948
Pages: 300
Year: 2018-03-13
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There’s little Ashley wouldn’t do for a friend, but she hit her limit with Cole a long time ago. He’s always been “that” friend and couldn’t remember what life was like without him around. Until one day, two years ago, he’d left without telling anyone where or why. Now, he’s waltzed back into her life, and so much has changed. Including her feelings for him. Cole has been deep undercover in one of the most dangerous remote locations that he’d forgotten what it was like to be around a beautiful woman. However, after being around Ashley again, he realizes just how much has changed between them. Going home was needed to keep his sanity since he’d had enough of always checking over his shoulder. The only problem, the danger may have followed him home.
Fur Coat, No Knickers
Author: Anna King
Publisher: Canelo
ISBN: 178863005X
Pages: 300
Year: 2017-10-09
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A city torn apart by war. A family torn apart by tragedy At the top of Lester Road in London’s East End stands ‘Paddy’s Castle’, the three-storey, red-bricked Georgian house that is home to Grace Donnelly and her family. Life may be hard in the late 1930s, but it is nothing compared with what is about to follow. Grace’s beloved fiancé Stanley decides to enlist in the fight against Nazi Germany. And as the sirens signal blitz after blitz of bombers, the family can only hide in the cellar and hope they will survive. But Grace has more than just the Germans to worry about. The good-looking Nobby Clark is keen to do more than just look out for his best friend’s fiancée. And scheming barmaid Beryl Lovesett is determined to worm her way into the family home, seducing Grace’s uncle with her fur coat, no knickers... A classic World War Two saga, Fur Coat, No Knickers is a perfect read for fans of Carol Rivers, Sally Warboyes, and Annie Murray. Praise for Fur Coat, No Knickers 'A gripping wartime novel, with strong female characters... full of courage, hope, and heartbreak.' Alina's Reading Corner 'Any book written by Anna King is always a great read!' Reader review 'I couldn't put it down... a must read.' Reader review 'The late Anna King can hold a candle to [Catherine] Cookson. Her characters are flawlessly portrayed.' Reader review
Ruby Chadwick
Author: Anna King
Publisher: Canelo
ISBN: 1788630122
Pages: 300
Year: 2017-11-20
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Will true love overcome family loyalty? Ruby Chadwick has only ever known life in London’s hardscrabble East End. She spends hours playing happily with her two brothers outside their father’s pub. But Ruby’s world is turned upside down when a moment of disobedience results in a tragic accident, and she must learn to come to terms with the consequences. When the Chadwick family’s circumstances unexpectedly change they relocate to salubrious surroundings in respectable Brixton. As Ruby comes of age, she dreams of a future that allows her independence and a chance to find love, though her stern father has other ideas. Her fortunes change when she accepts a job as companion to a cantankerous old lady and crosses paths with a charming Irishman named Michael. Yet before long Ruby must once more choose whether to defy her family and make her own choices – whatever the cost... An absorbing and atmospheric London saga, Ruby Chadwick is a must-read for fans of Jean Fullerton, Lindsey Hutchinson and Rosie Goodwin.
The Return of Kid Cooper
Author: Brad Smith
Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing Inc.
ISBN: 1628728728
Pages: 296
Year: 2018-02-27
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The year is 1910. Nate Cooper is an old-school cowboy who has spent nearly thirty years in a Montana prison of a wrongful life sentence for a false murder conviction. Nate's moral compass is true and unwavering: he does all the wrong things for all the right reasons. Upon his release he learns that the turn of the century has brought great change--none of it good. Horses are being replaced by the motorcar, his girlfriend has long ago married his best friend, his nemesis is running for Governor, and the Blackfoot Indians (the people he went to prison trying to defend) are still being betrayed by ranchers. So some things haven’t changed. Nate is one of them. He returns to his Northern Montana ranching town a free man and stirs up the pot of controversy immediately—seeking justice, evading hired guns, brawling in saloons, righting past wrongs, and ferreting out--with the help of a young newspaper reporter and the woman he used to love--a fraudulent boundary adjustment robbing the Blackfoot (again) of their territory. Along the way, he ruffles feathers all the way to the State House, and before the storm he brings is over, he and the friends of his youth will all pay a shockingly high price for justice.
The Railway Girl
Author: Nancy Carson
Publisher: HarperCollins UK
ISBN: 0008134863
Pages: 464
Year: 2016-03-03
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Only tragedy can save her...
Ours, Yours and Mines
Author: Carmel Audsley
Publisher: Createspace Independent Pub
ISBN: 1478102551
Pages: 195
Year: 2012
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An historical novel based on real people and places in the period 1861 to 1913, set amidst the poverty and overcrowding in the miners' rows of Ayrshire Scotland.The author has put words into the mouths of her ancestors to create a picture of life for large mining families and how they battled sickness and disease, and barely eked out a living.The story begins with Thomas and Margaret McMurdo and their growing family and describes their simple lives crowded into a two-room dwelling in a miners' row. There are many highs and lows for the family. You will be introduced to their children, and particularly their eldest son George who (against her mother's wishes) marries 18-year-old Mary Hamilton, a carefree, educated young woman. You will read of the family's friendship with well-known union activist Keir Hardie. It's a story about the struggles of the miners and their families – the men who slaved away underground facing daily dangers, and the women who worked hard bearing and raising large families and praying that their men would return unharmed from the pits. The overwhelming sadness will tug at your heartstrings – and to make this story more poignant, it really happened.
The Tea Girl of Hummingbird Lane
Author: Lisa See
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 150116631X
Pages: 384
Year: 2017-03-21
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A thrilling new novel from #1 New York Times bestselling author Lisa See explores the lives of a Chinese mother and her daughter who has been adopted by an American couple. Li-yan and her family align their lives around the seasons and the farming of tea. There is ritual and routine, and it has been ever thus for generations. Then one day a jeep appears at the village gate—the first automobile any of them have seen—and a stranger arrives. In this remote Yunnan village, the stranger finds the rare tea he has been seeking and a reticent Akha people. In her biggest seller, Snow Flower and the Secret Fan, See introduced the Yao people to her readers. Here she shares the customs of another Chinese ethnic minority, the Akha, whose world will soon change. Li-yan, one of the few educated girls on her mountain, translates for the stranger and is among the first to reject the rules that have shaped her existence. When she has a baby outside of wedlock, rather than stand by tradition, she wraps her daughter in a blanket, with a tea cake hidden in her swaddling, and abandons her in the nearest city. After mother and daughter have gone their separate ways, Li-yan slowly emerges from the security and insularity of her village to encounter modern life while Haley grows up a privileged and well-loved California girl. Despite Haley’s happy home life, she wonders about her origins; and Li-yan longs for her lost daughter. They both search for and find answers in the tea that has shaped their family’s destiny for generations. A powerful story about a family, separated by circumstances, culture, and distance, Tea Girl of Hummingbird Lane paints an unforgettable portrait of a little known region and its people and celebrates the bond that connects mothers and daughters.
The Lost Sisters
Author: Lindsey Hutchinson
Publisher: Head of Zeus Ltd
ISBN: 1786692538
Pages: 360
Year: 2017-09-01
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Orpha Buchanan and Peg Meriweather had a very different start in life. Orpha surrounded by wealth and riches, Peg dumped on a doorstep as a baby with nothing to her name but a scruffy blanket and tatty clothes. But one thing they had in common from their very first day, was a mother who despised them and wished them gone. Hortense Buchanan wasn't made to be a mother. Bullied herself when she was a child, she continues the tradition with her own children, loving money and finery more than her own flesh and blood. When her daughter Orpha runs away from home, Hortense celebrates, never once worrying for her safety. Circumstances bring Orpha and Peg together, and before long they're as close as family, making their way in the hustle and bustle of a booming Birmingham and the smoke-filled Black Country. But before long, Hortense realises that her daughter stands in the way of the one thing she really cares about, and the bitter legacy of the Buchanans looks set to destroy them all...
The Thorn Birds
Author: Colleen McCullough
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0061990477
Pages: 688
Year: 2010-05-11
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One of the most beloved novels of all time, Colleen McCullough's magnificent saga of dreams, struggles, dark passions, and forbidden love in the Australian outback has enthralled readers the world over. The Thorn Birds is a chronicle of three generations of Clearys—an indomitable clan of ranchers carving lives from a beautiful, hard land while contending with the bitterness, frailty, and secrets that penetrate their family. It is a poignant love story, a powerful epic of struggle and sacrifice, a celebration of individuality and spirit. Most of all, it is the story of the Clearys' only daughter, Meggie, and the haunted priest, Father Ralph de Bricassart—and the intense joining of two hearts and souls over a lifetime, a relationship that dangerously oversteps sacred boundaries of ethics and dogma.
Logan's Luck
Author: Lexi Post
Publisher:
ISBN: 0998526045
Pages:
Year: 2017-07-17
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Logan Williams has plenty of luck. The problem is, it's all bad. Logan Williams is not happy his cousin retained the services of Dr. Jenna for the Last Chance Ranch. She may be the local vet, but he'd hoped never to see her again. It had taken too long to forget her the first time. Jenna Atkins is not afraid of Logan's bark because any man who looks at his baby daughter the way he does, must have a good heart buried somewhere in there. That doesn't mean she plans to get any closer than they already were. But when baby Charlotte's mother arrives and sets her sights on Logan, Jenna discovers a territorial side of herself she didn't know she had. The question is, should she walk away and let Logan's luck run its course or should she interfere? Knowing Logan, either way, she's bound to get hurt.

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