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After missing out on a role in EastEnders, Cindy Lass was feeling down. “Forget it,” comforted her mother. “Paint me a vase of flowers for this wall here instead.” Stocked up with new art supplies, the rhythmic strokes of her paintbrush soon transported Cindy to a tranquil oasis of colour. When taking it to be framed, the gallery owner asked, “Who has done this?” Bemused and embarrassed, Cindy answered and three more picture frames were thrust towards her, “You have a huge talent, come back when you’ve painted these”. Cindy’s career as an artist thus began, painting over 100 celebrity dogs for charity. From Sir Elton John and George Michael to Anne Frank’s tree and a very special pawtrait for Her Majesty the Queen. Cindy Lass: A Colourful Pawtrait, is an inspiring tale of finding yourself - filled with humour, spirituality, and a sprinkling of celebrity stories. Cindy Lass will show you: everyone can paint, and there’s no limit to what you can achieve.
"Readers weary of Scottish romance cliches will be thrilled to see these cheeky commoners..."–Publishers Weekly, Starred Review From USA Today bestselling author Glynnis Campbell...A sword-wielding Scottish war-orphan-turned-spy for Queen Mary has her eye on a suspicious Highlander until they're drawn together by desire and a secret that binds their star-crossed souls. A woman with a legacy…a man with a secret. She seeks to avenge her brave mother's murder. He seeks to reconcile himself to his father's death. Josselin Ancrum, a sword-wielding Scottish war-orphan-turned-spy for Queen Mary, has her eye on Drew MacAdam. She suspects the golfing "Highlander" isn't quite who he claims to be. While she serves up secret messages in the guise of a tavern wench, he seems to be courting the enemy English when he isn't beating the Scots at their own game. Drawn together by fate, Drew and Jossy are swept up in their growing desires and the designs of their warring queens, until they uncover the terrible secret that binds their star-crossed souls. MacADAM'S LASS Book 2 of Scottish Lasses Meet the lasses in the world of Mary Queen of Scots...Like the Scottish thistle, they're lovely yet tough, beautiful yet prickly, and only the strongest and wisest heroes are able to elude their thorns to discover the tender blossom within. Length: 90,000 words = 375 pages Rating: R-rated for passionate passages In This Series Scottish Lasses 1542 – THE OUTCAST (a novella) 1545 – MacFARLAND'S LASS 1561 – MacADAM'S LASS 1566 – MacKENZIE'S LASS Key Themes: Scottish historical romance, adventure stories, strong women, Scottish brides, Highland romance, war orphan, woman disguised as man, war between England and Scotland, Tudor books, women warriors, Queen Elizabeth spy, Mary Queen of Scots, stories about golf, tavern wench, stories with humor More Historical Romances by Glynnis Campbell The Warrior Maids of Rivenloch THE SHIPWRECK (a novella) A YULETIDE KISS (a short story) LADY DANGER CAPTIVE HEART KNIGHT'S PRIZE The Knights of de Ware THE HANDFASTING (a novella) MY CHAMPION MY WARRIOR MY HERO Medieval Outlaws THE REIVER (a novella) DANGER'S KISS PASSION'S EXILE DESIRE'S RANSOM Scottish Lasses THE OUTCAST (a novella) MacFARLAND'S LASS MacADAM'S LASS MacKENZIE'S LASS California Legends NATIVE GOLD NATIVE WOLF NATIVE HAWK
Kaitlin Stanhope learns of her father’s death delivered with a strange medallion and a cryptic message. He warns, beware the friend with the black heart. Wrenched from her beloved home, she’s sent to live with her vile guardian. Escaping his clutches, she embarks on a dangerous mission, one that could mean the death of both her and the child she rescues. A believer in the ancient ways, Kaitlin has a vision of a warrior which brings comfort and many questions. Brendan MacKinnon, the protector of his Clan and doting uncle, is devastated when his niece goes missing. His mission is to find her however long it takes. When he comes across Kaitlin, the violet-eyed fairy enchants him. The woman risked everything to save his niece’s life, and courageously she stands up to his obstinate nature. How can the LASS' VALOR not touch his heart? Yet is it enough to win him over to the idea of a happily ever after?
Someone has been stirring up trouble for Clan MacLean, and only one man can determine the cause. Daugun MacLean has been tasked by his laird to solve the mystery of who is causing so much damage. Will the lass he saved hold the answers? Will he lose his heart to her? Dawn finds herself forced to go with men about whom she knows nothing. She worries that her Da will make war, and wind up dead. Her hopes rest entirely on one man to save her, her Da, and their clan. Will Dawn and Daugun find love in their search for the source of so much havoc?
A woman locked in her past and the fierce knight determined to set her free . . . Amanda Scott returns readers to the fourteenth century Scottish Borders, when men battled sword against sword and the hills echoed with the thunder of a thousand hooves. Unfit for marriage? Young, fair, yet mistrustful of men, Amalie Murray harbors a secret--one that could keep her single for life. At the coronation of the King of Scots, she overhears the plotting of a terrifying act...and virtually falls into the arms of Sir Garth Napier. Moved by her plight, Garth knows she now desperately needs protection--especially from her own stubbornness. Their unexpected passion and desire make Garth coax the truth out of Amalie, and make him more determined than ever to keep her safe. For though Amalie may be an "inappropriate bride," she's a woman he would gladly die for.
'Another riveting book from Anna Jacobs' - 5-star reader review Seventeen-year-old Liza is happy working as a lady's maid - until her employers decide to emigrate and her father makes up his mind that she is to wed an older widower whom she detests. Determined to avoid a loveless marriage, Liza plans to run away. But when the widower rapes her to force her to marry him, she flees back to the family for whom she worked. She feels she has no choice but to go with them to Australia, and they all set out on the long voyage. On board ship, Liza discovers to her horror that she has fallen pregnant. Even if she can survive the journey, the demanding life of a settler in 1850s Western Australia will be made even harder by an illegitimate child. But Liza is to find that in addition to deprivation of the worst sort, Australia will offer her opportunities she could never have dreamt of back home in Lancashire. ******************* What readers are saying about LANCASHIRE LASS 'As ever, great!' - 5 stars 'A lovely book' - 5 stars 'Great from start to finish' - 5 stars 'Brilliant again!' - 5 stars 'I just love these books - once you start you will find it hard to put down' - 5 stars
Years ago Dilly made the devastating decision to give her baby daughter to wealthy local family, the Farthings. She is still living with the consequences of her choice when the daughter she gave away all those years ago turns up on Dilly's doorstep, with a baby girl in tow, begging for help. Olivia has a secret she only feels safe telling Dilly. Sworn to secrecy, Dilly agrees to help, delighted to be spending time with her new granddaughter and daughter. She can't tell Max Farthing, the man who took in Olivia all those years ago and who Dilly has feelings for. For Max has problems of his own: he's married to Camilla, who has lost leave of her senses. Could Dilly and Max ever come together? Dilly's Lass is a wonderfully heartfelt portrayal of families beginning to rebuild after WW1, from much-loved author Rosie Goodwin.
Pre order the BRAND NEW gripping historical novel from Bestselling author AnneMarie Brear Wakefield 1870 On the banks of the River Calder, Meg Taylor struggles to care for her younger siblings and sick mother whilst her father is away working as a boatman on the canals. The slums where they live are rife with disease, and Meg longs for a different life, away from the grinding poverty, but she'll never leave her family. But with the canals slowly dying as trade moves to the railways, and with Meg’s father stubbornly holding onto the past, Meg fears her family’s future is going to get even bleaker. If only there was a way she could save them.... Christian Henderson is tired of the greed of his wealthy family. He sees the poverty around him and wishes he could do more to help the proud working-class people he meets. People like Meg Taylor, whose courage he so admires. From the moment he meets Meg, Christian is captivated – Meg might be poor, but she is proud and spirited! Meg’s dreams of being with a man like Christian are fantasy. How can a lass from the waterfront be with a wealthy man such as he? And worse, if she follows her heart to be with him, what will happen to the family she loves? Praise for AnneMarie Brear: 'AnneMarie Brear writes gritty, compelling sagas that grip from the first page.' Fenella J Miller 'Poignant, powerful and searingly emotional, AnneMarie Brear stands shoulder to shoulder with the finest works by some of the genre’s greatest writers such as Catherine Cookson, Audrey Howard and Rosamunde Pilcher.' 'Mesmerising from beginning to end.' Lizzie Lane