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If your answer to any of these questions is yes, then it's time to take control of your health with The Tiredness Cure. Written by Dr Sohère Roked, one of the few GPs in the UK trained in both conventional and holistic medicine, this empowering guide to overcoming fatigue will help you to:
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When Lucy Green sees a stranger drop his wallet on the Tube, it's the beginning of a cat-and-mouse relationship that enlightens, frustrates and arouses her in equal measure.
She follows him to give it back, and is soon drawn into a situation
she never dreamed possible, behaving in a way she never thought she would. She seems to respond to Ben at some animal level, and it's frightening. Should she follow her head, say goodbye and carry on her way to work? Or go with him and explore her adventurous side?
Contemporary romance with a sizzling erotic element.
Follow Hermes on 100 unforgettable journeys across the fascinating, colourful world of Greek mythology.
The young god is determined to have adventures from the very moment of his unusual birth, stealing sacred cows, discovering fire and inventing the lyre and flute. With his tumbling brown curls and cheerful fearlessness, he charms his fellow gods: mighty Apollo, mournful Artemis, beautiful Aphrodite, and even the king of the gods, his father, Zeus himself.
He will drink the nectar of Olympus and discover the truth about the immortals, from their first moments and worst monsters to their greatest loves and most terrible battles-but Hermes won't let any of it distract him from that whole wide world of good fun...
When rich, handsome Daniel Penhale proposes to Sophy Beardmore, she is swift to accept. The marriage seems to offer the security and respectability she has always dreamed of in a life overshadowed by her mother's feckless, radical way of living.
But Daniel's wealth has not made Kildower, his Cornish house, a happy place. It is haunted by old memories, not least those of his first wife, Meraud. No one seems to know the true facts about her death, though rumours and suspicions abound, fostered by the tragic legends that cling to Kildower.
Daniel's young daughter, Kensa, is resentful and sullen, her nurse, Jess Southcote, is sly and manipulative, the local people hostile. Then there is Meraud's brother Conan, who seems determined to strike up a friendship with Sophy, but out of what dubious motives?
Only when Sophy has unravelled the truth about the past and faced up to her true feelings for both Conan and Daniel himself can she find the happiness she seeks.
Miranda Brehault's free and happy childhood at Moondance, a crumbling old house on the edge of Dartmoor, comes to an abrupt end when she is left orphaned and penniless at the age of ten. Moondance's new owner, Theophilus Crowe, promises to take care of her, but instead he dispatches her to a cotton mill in Derbyshire.
Conditions at Crossbank Mill are harsh and pitiless; Miranda and the other pauper children are little more than prisoners. Desperate to escape, Miranda and her friend Biddie run away, helped by the mill master's young wife Caroline and by Caroline's rebellious cousin, Kit Warrener, who escorts the girls to Furze House on the south coast of Devon. As she grows to womanhood there amongst new friends, Miranda dreams of returning to Moondance, and of taking revenge on the man who ruined her childhood. Her growing attraction to Kit, who has become caught up in the smuggling trade, cannot distract her from her true goal. But will she choose revenge and Moondance over true love?
Emily Wroe has never known her mother. Raised in a Bristol foundling home, as a young mother she is sent to skivvy at a run-down country inn. The Thorn Tree's fortunes are about to change, for the innkeeper's wife is determined to profit from the increasing numbers of gentry travelling to Bath. She soon realises that her new maid is a bright and talented girl, and Emily finds herself with a mentor, friend, prospects - and the love of Luke Gilpin, who wishes to marry her.
Then Felix Winterbourne arrives at the inn, and nothing is ever the same again. Charming and enigmatic, Felix is a gentleman but he leads a double life which takes him into a very dangerous world. Emily is shocked when she discovers his secret, but she cannot resist her attraction to him. Drawn inexorably into intrigue and tragedy, she is about to find the key to her own past...
Set against a backdrop of Huguenots, highwaymen and mysterious manor houses, The Mulberry Field a deliciously romantic read which will delight Anne Goring's many fans.
Francis Kerswell is an unforgiving and embittered man, and when his orphaned, penniless grandchildren, Joanna and Ben Howarth, arrive at Falconwood, his Devonshire home, he cannot bring himself to set aside the grievances he has nursed throughout the long and lonely years.
For the sake of the estate, Kerswell is prepared to take in Ben, seeing in him a resemblance to his only son and heir, drowned years before. Though Ben has been brain-damaged since an accident, Kerswell feels challenged to try to restore his grandson to full health. But he will never provide a home - or money - for Joanna, and he packs her off to Exeter to be companion to the dull and religious spinsters, the Misses Polsham.
But Kerswell has underestimated his granddaughter's spirit and strength of purpose. Joanna is determined to be reunited with her beloved brother and to overcome the difficulties of her life - even if it means using her growing acquaintance with the son of her grandfather's old enemy, Nicholas Fox, whose quest for vengeance against his father's murderers places him in a position of wealth and power.
In these pages, Kevin Crossley-Holland visits the foreign land of childhood. First memories as a war-baby; starting a museum; being coached at Lord's; living above the spring line below the great chalk cross at Whiteleaf in the Chiltern Hills, and roaming in the beechwoods; holidays on the north Norfolk coast; falling under the spell of Arthurian legend...
Above all, The Hidden Roads revolves around the sanctity and splintering of family, and the bonding of brother and sister, and is steeped in the landscapes and layers of England.