Less than ONE MONTH to the release of Christmas At Pennington's!




I am sooo excited that Christmas At Pennington's releases next month - I cannot WAIT for you to read the latest instalment in the Pennington's series.

Of course, as this is a Christmas book, it has the added romance and excitement of the early 20th century festive period, which was an absolute joy to write. The book opens at the end of 1911 with the arrival of a new character at Pennington's.

Stephen Gower is on leave from Scotland Yard and finds a temporary position as a watchman at Pennington's. Whilst there, he meets Cornelia Parker, a woman filled with trepidation for her imminent divorce hearing amid caring for her two young sons and working the jewellery counter at Pennington's.

As their lives become entwined, Stephen and Cornelia also become embroiled in the hunt for a killer - a man who has escaped the police for years. A man with an intimate connection with one half of Pennington's management, Joseph Carter.

Christmas At Pennington's is truly a story filled with drama, intrigue and romance, all tied up in a festively decorated package - make sure you reserve your copy today! I can't wait to hear what you think...

Blurb:


Christmas sees Pennington's at its most glorious, thronged with shoppers, its grand staircase and balcony adorned with holly, mistletoe, tinsel and lights. It should be the happiest time, but dramas are seething beneath the surface.
For Cornelia Culford, in charge of jewellery, a divorce hearing looms, where she could lose custody of her young sons to her overbearing and unfaithful husband.
For Stephen Gower, being head of security at Pennington's is the perfect refuge from a tragic past at Scotland Yard. But soon the past will call him back, as Joseph Carter and Elizabeth Pennington beg him to help solve the murder of Joseph's first wife, now that it seems as if the killer has struck again.
For Joseph and Elizabeth, their marriage depends on exorcising the past. But can it ever be laid to rest?



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