A Christmas saga, perfect for fireside reading
By Elizabeth Gill
A moving saga about love and forgiveness from a bestselling author. Perfect for fans of Dilly Court, Sheila Newberry and Rosie Goodwin.
From the homelands of Durham to the streets of London, can she build a new life for herself?
A sparkling winter wonderland of a novel, the perfect fireside read for fans of THE WINTER BABY by Sheila Newberry and CHRISTMAS ANGELS by Nadine Dorries.
Grieving after the loss of her mother, Abby Reed, finds an unexpected source of comfort exploring the rugged, snowy countryside, where she meets the brooding Gillan Collingwood. But then Abby learns that Gill is already interested in another woman. Heartbroken, she impulsively flees frosty wilds of her homeland to London's glittering social scene . . . but can she ever forget the boy she left behind?
Elizabeth Gill's next northern saga THE QUARRYMAN'S WIFE is available to preorder now! Just search 9781786482662
Rated 5 stars by REAL READERS:
'This is a real love story with twists of family saga' Debra, Amazon reviewer
'Snow Angels is a most enchanting book. It keeps you captivated in an exciting world with plenty of twists and turns' Sally, Amazon reviewer
'The story is full of fantastic descriptions of the North Country, where Elizabeth Gill herself has always lived, and which she clearly loves with all her heart.' Amazon reviewer
Also by Elizabeth Gill:
The Guardian Angel
Miss Appleby's Academy
The Singing Winds
Far From My Father's House
And available to pre-order now: The Quarryman's Wife
Elizabeth Gill was born in Newcastle upon Tyne and as a child lived in Tow Law, a small mining town on the Durham fells. She has been a published author for more than thirty years and has written more than forty books. She lives in Durham City, likes the awful weather in the north east and writes best when rain is lashing the windows.
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14 Mar 2013
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Elizabeth Gill writes with a masterful grasp of conflicts and passions hidden among men and women of the wild North Country — Leah Fleming
A wonderful book, full of passion, pain, sweetness, twists and turns. I couldn't put it down — Sheila Newberry on Nobody's Child
a beautiful, moving tale of love and forgiveness ... [an] enchanting, escapist tale — Lancashire Evening Post