Nov 302015
 

“As feel-good and cosy as a goosedown duvet” Jill Mansell 

“A lively romp through rural England.” New Woman 

“Warm, witty and wonderful” Katie Fforde 

 

The prequel to Going the Distance… 

Rosa Brennan loves her job as stable jockey at the Victoriana Grange racing stables in rural Berkshire, where wealthy Jersey-based owner Kit Pedersen keeps his string of top-class horses. But her happiness and the entire future of Victoriana Grange is suddenly thrown into jeopardy by the arrival of the beautiful and arrogant Claudia Rochelle who is determined that Kit should move his horses elsewhere. When Kit and Rosa meet for the first time sparks fly – but Rosa is determined that Kit mustn’t take his horses away – while Claudia, sensing a growing attraction between Kit and Rosa – is equally determined that she will win… 

Book One in the Milton St John series 

Maddy Beckett lives in the horse-racing village of Milton St John. Recovered from a disastrous love-affair and running her own small business, she’s happy being single until she meets and falls for the gorgeous Drew Fitzgerald. Everything about Drew is perfect – until his cool and impossibly elegant wife appears on the scene. Maddy loves Drew, but doesn’t know if she loves him enough to become “the other woman”? Morally, it’s out of the question, but physically…? 

Has their relationship got what it takes to go the distance?

Book Two of The Milton John series

Georgia Drummond and her grandmother, Cecilia, run a small but successful transport company. When gorgeous Rory Faulkner walks into her life – both personally and professionally – Georgia is delighted. Then things start to go very wrong: the business loses clients and a series of accidents looks more and more suspicious. Is there any connection between Rory’s arrival and the problems? Is Rory who he claims to be? And is Georgia prepared to lose the man she loves and run the risk to find out?

Book Three in The Milton St John series 

Jemima Carlisle’s father lost their home, their money, and even her mother through his gambling addiction, so it’s hardly surprising that his daughter hates everything to do with horseracing with a passion. 

Opening a bookshop in Milton St John, a village right in the middle of all the biggest race training yards in the country, isn’t the brightest thing she’s ever done. The bookshop suddenly becoming the focus for village intrigue doesn’t exactly help matters, but when Jemima falls for jump jockey and lady-killer Charlie Somerset, she quickly learns that jumping to conclusions is bound to end in disaster …

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