Sous chef Kirsty Lawrence's problems begin
when the new hotel manager arrives.
Has she really become so inept
or is someone sabotaging her work?
Reeve initialy believes Kirsty is incompetent,
but feels drawn to her. He puts his feelings
aside to concentrate on why the
hotel restaurant is losing money.
Could Kirsty be the reason?
Instinct tells him no, but his feelings for
her might be influencing his decision.
Travis Denton's arrival in New Zealand throws
Darcy Farrell's life into turmoil. He
states he is the father of her eight year
old niece Brooke and has come to claim
custody of her. Darcy worries Travis
might disappear overseas with the child.
She decides to do what's best for Brooke.
Her choice brings her into close contact
with Travis, which creates a problem when
she becomes attracted to him!
Darcy's older sister has returned home from America. Kelly seems happy and carefree but Darcy is positive her sister is hiding a secret and this is making her unhappy.
This novelette is from the WorlWar II Blitz series.
It's Christmas 1938 and Velma's family is determined to enjoy
the festive season, but Jack cannot get leave to join them.
Velma's young nephew declares that Santa brings
the best presents, but all Velma wants is to be with Jack.
Velma’s family refuse to accept she is now a
young woman and when she falls in love with Jack they discuss whether he is a suitable husband. World War II forces the engaged couple to cancel their white wedding days before the service, putting a strain on
Jack and Velma's relationship.
He gives her a choice - let him go to war as
a single man - or marry him in a registry office without
the support of family and friends.
Can Velma survive the worry of Jack being
at the front? Will it be easier to cope if they are married?
During the 1890s Phil Field loses his job on a fishing boat in Plymouth, Devon. He finds it difficult to get another job and drowns his sorrows in the pub. On his way home he is attacked and Enid Kelly finds him slumped on the ground in the freezing cold. Phil joins the Royal Navy and Enid agrees to write to him and keep him company when he's home on leave.
After a night of celebration Enid becomes pregnant and they marry. When World War I looms Enid is frightened. Will they and their children survive this terrible time?