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Even as a teenager Yvetta Graham had vivid dreams. Ones she couldn't tell from reality. Only now she's almost thirty and beyond such things.

Only the new store manager is a dead ringer for the man from those dreams. Who is John Smyth? What is his reason for coming to Headley Cross? Is he really a time traveller?

As dreams and reality converge Yvetta is in a fight for both her sanity and soul.

No release date for this one as yet. 


As head of the festival committee it falls to Tilly Sullivan to organise the annual Christmas Ball each year. However when the venue burns to the ground with only four days to go, she’s left with a huge task and it looks like an impossible one as everywhere else is booked solid.
Leo Keely has the only place big enough to host, however he has a huge issue with Christmas and seemingly Australian women whose surname is Sullivan.
A winter storm, fallen trees, a corrupt mayor all conspire to make this the year the Ball doesn’t happen. However Tilly isn’t a woman to give up. And if it means convincing Leo that his is the only venue left in town, that’s what she’ll do.

This one is due for release as part of the Christmas Extravaganza this December.


And no date on these yet, but super excited as it's a veer away from romance. Each book has it's own blurb, but here is the series one, because, you know spoilers.

1 serial killer, 2 police officers and 10 broken commandments. Trouble stalks the dark streets of Headley Cross in a way it never has before. Streets where no one is safe and no one knows who they can trust.


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