The Christmas Tree
The cottage had no festive cheer, but could Jennie create the impression of Yuletide joy before it was too late?
We All Stand Together
If the plan failed, Joan wouldn’t be the only one having an unhappy Christmas
The Christmas Robin
Presents to buy, food to cook and a tree to decorate – could she create the perfect day?
Maudie's First Christmas
With all her dreams of a family Christmas dashed, it seemed that Ruth would have to adjust to a very different festive season this year...
Friends Like You
Leah was about to find out what sort of people she’d had in her life all these years…
She hoped her children would start to compromise soon, or they were in for a distinctly frosty festive season
A CHAT WITH... Sarah Morgan
Well-known for her heart-warming family tales, Sarah Morgan’s latest novel is packed full of love and laughter. Here, she reveals how she comes to craft her characters and she gave her new release that sprinkle of festive magic...
The Generation G-App
It was a lovely idea, but surely there was no way the project would become a successful reality?
Christmas Is Coming
With all the mess, noise and disruption, she was seriously struggling to embrace the festive spirit
The Perfect Gift
The change to their Christmas plans was a shock, though it could teach them a lesson…
The Last Chapter
How could she help her fellow passenger if she couldn’t get to the bottom of her distress?
Blue Remembered Hills
She’d set out to declutter, but would Eileen find more than she’d bargained for?
Mary had long given up hope that Esther would fi nd her perfect match, but perhaps all her daughter really needed was more time...
The Tenth Tale
When it came to writing the perfect crime novel, she was learning there was no peace for the wicked...
No matter how much the past hurt, John couldn't keep them wrapped in cotton wool forever
This was her next big chance, if only she could get close enough to discover the truth...
A CHAT WITH... Fiona Valpy
Celebrated for evocative historical detail and dramatic storytelling, Fiona Valpy transports readers to the stunning north of Scotland in her latest novel. Here, she reveals how the idea for the multigenerational story presented itself
Out In The Cold
Her sister was trying to make a point, but could Clara resolve things between them before it went too far?
Spicing Things Up
It hadn’t seemed important, but Christine wished she’d paid more attention to Jeff’s news
Windows To The Soul
As soon as Annie had caught a glimpse of the lives within, she found it hard to walk away
A dark walk, ghostly goings-on and an unexplained sight – the search for the perfect 70th birthday present had certainly taken an unusual turn
Convincing her son to embrace Halloween wouldn’t be easy, though Meg wasn’t about to give up yet
In Safe Hands
Izzy wasn’t about to stand aside and let them accuse her son – not without some pretty convincing evidence
A Matter of Doubt
There was clearly more to these proceedings than met the eye
A CHAT WITH... Anne O'Brien
Anne O’Brien has brought great medieval women, such as Joan of Kent and Elizabeth Mortimer, vividly to life. In The Queen’s Rival, the tale revolves around Cecily Neville
Three Small Words
A stunning sunset, sea breeze and peace and quiet – this was the perfect moment
Where Life Takes Me
Travelling alone wasn’t going to be easy, but would this eye opening experience be worth it?
Three's a Crowd
One way or another, they were determined to make this a holiday to remember
The Learning Curve
If only she had a helping hand, Sue could surely get to grips with the new way of doing things
Sowing The Seeds
New beginnings, new friends and a new perspective – could Mike be the key to a happier future?