A Country Christmas (formerly published as Honeycote)
Homemade mulled wine, freshly baked mince pies and plenty of Christmas cheer…
It’s the most wonderful time of the year, they say. And in the little Cotswolds village of Honeycote, the festive season looks set to bring people more than a few surprises under the tree.
As Lucy Liddiard plans the festive lunch for her nearest and dearest, she has little idea of the dramas about to play out before the crackers are pulled and the corks popped. She knows the family brewery, Honeycote Ales, has seen better days. She knows her husband, Mickey, is an incorrigible flirt. But does she realise how close both are edging towards disaster?
As the nights draw in, garlands deck the halls and the carols ring out, there are secrets and lies, love and lust all waiting to be unwrapped.
Welcome to Honeycote, and a Christmas no one will ever forget…
A Country Life (formerly published as Making Hay)
A new home, a new circle of friends, a new chance at happiness?
Suzanna and Barney Blake are swapping city life for the countryside, determined to breathe new life into the Honeycote Arms and a marriage touched by tragedy.
Recently separated Ginny Tait is also seeking solace in country living, desperate to rein in her rambunctious twin daughters.
They all think that moving to a calm, quiet and beautiful village in the Cotswolds will solve their problems. But in Honeycote, things are never quite as they appear . . .
A Country Wedding (formerly published as Just a Family Affair)
It was supposed to be a quiet country wedding. The village church, a marquee in the garden and a few carefully chosen guests. But no sooner have the invitations gone out than trouble arrives uninvited . . .
Bride-to-be Mandy is clashing with her mother who has very different ideas about what constitutes the perfect wedding. And despite his honourable intentions, the groom Patrick is getting cold feet… Then a ghost from the past turns up with a very unexpected guest indeed.
As the champagne goes on ice and the church bells ring out, it looks set to be a perfect day.