Someone to Call Her Own
Will she finally get the life she always dreamed of?
Kate Sullivan is a simple country girl, living in Somerset with her parents, until she’s left jilted on her wedding day. Suddenly, her life becomes far more complicated than she ever expected it to be.
Travelling alone in London on what would have been her honeymoon, all Kate wants is time to rest, recuperate, and to pick up the pieces of her life. But when a handsome stranger invites her to dinner, everything changes…
With the promise of a new life in the capital and a fresh start at love, can Kate learn to let go of the past, or has it tarnished her belief in love for good?
An inspiring 1920s saga about new beginnings and second chances, perfect for fans of Mary Gibson and Sheila Riley.