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Lou and Penny have been best friends forever, so when Penny tells Lou sheâÂ(TM)s sure tonightâÂ(TM)s the night fiancãÂ© Mark will finally propose, Lou couldn't be more pleased for her.
But when the moment arrives, Lou can't help but wonder if marriage might be the furthest thing from MarkâÂ(TM)s mind, and Penny hasn't noticed a thing!
Could it fall on Lou to break the news gently, or will Mark bend his knee before it's just too late?Â
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A free ebook featuring an extract and recipes from the breathtaking new emotional thriller from Dorothy Koomson, The Flavours of Love.
An exclusive ebook sequel to Rosie Fiore's hugely popular novel, Wonder Women.
Christmas comes but once a year... unless your name is Holly Evans. She'll be experiencing Christmas four times over. In the course of one year, Holly will see the festive season in all its guises, from the sizzling to the stressful to the hopelessly romantic.
After a rollercoaster couple of years and a three-month holiday in South Africa, Holly is on her way back to London. She has a firm plan for her life - career, money, home, romance - it's all worked out. Except it looks like nobody let the universe know that. Almost as soon as she touches down in England, Holly's plans begin to go awry. With no flat, no job and dwindling finances, Holly will need to be brave and resourceful in order to build herself a new life. And what about handsome doctor Fraser John? Where does he fit into her plans? And does he really want to catch Holly under the mistletoe?
A festive short story to accompanyÂElizabeth Gill's new novel, The Fall and Rise of Lucy Charlton.
Lucy Charlton - beloved daughter,Âprecocious studentÂand aspiring lawyer - is looking forward to spending a cozy holiday in Durham with her parents and sister Gemma. But when Headmistress asks Lucy to look after a younger girl at school - a Malaysian immigrant called Shamala - Lucy learns that not everybody has a warm hearth and jolly family to come home to this Christmas.Â
From the author of the bestselling novel Miss Appleby's Academy comes a heartwarming tale full of love, courage and Christmas cheer.Â
The wind blows from east to west. It brings with it the sand, deposited in dunes, to bury and torment the unfortunate souls who live here. Life on the sand is miserable. Life below it is even worse. From the New York Times bestselling author of Wool
The new novel from the international bestselling author of the Wool trilogy.
Part two of Sand by Hugh Howey.
The old world is buried. A new one has been forged atop the shifting dunes. Here in this land of howling wind and infernal sand, four siblings find themselves scattered and lost.
An eldest daughter is a father's curse. Vic knows this. She knows she was never supposed to be the one. But her father taught her to breathe beneath the sand, taught her how to dive deep and find the treasures of the buried past. He taught her brother as well. When she hears of Danvar's discovery, it feels as though fate has slipped her by. If the rumors are to believed, that is. And while she has her doubts, her missing brother sends her on a hunt of her own. Cities are not the only things that get buried and forgotten. There are families, too.
A family long scattered reunites as danger approaches Springston. Brother and sister rush to sound a warning, but that warning will come too late. Bombs will thunder like the pulse of a terrible god. The great dune will flow as the sea. And when a people find themselves buried beneath the sands, who in the heavens will hear their muffled pleas?
From the bestselling author of the WOOL Trilogy.
Every generation thinks that it is special, that the great fall will occur before their time is up. Every generation is wrong. Until now.
Rundles and Salingers don't mix. Not since the tragic accident involving Zach Rundle's brother and Lindsey Salinger's mother. But when the well-being of Zach's five-year-old nephew is at stake, Zach and Lindsey are dragged together again. At first Zach thinks the social worker is stirring up the old feud. But he soon realizes that's the last thing on her mind. Before long, the attraction they'd felt twelve years ago returns, too. Could a child's needs bring them together? More important--would it help keep them together?