Titles In The Set:
1. Homecoming Girls
2. The Harbour Girl
3. The Innkeeper's Daughter
4. His Brother's Wife
5. Four Sisters
6. The Lonely Wife
7. Children of FortuneDescription:Homecoming Girls
Clara had always wondered about the beautiful, mysterious Jewel Newmarch, who was adopted as a baby and now turns heads wherever she goes - her exotic looks point to her origins far away from the streets of Hull. Even at her twin sister Elizabeth's wedding, Clara knows that Jewel is the belle of the ball And as Jewel looks on at the happy, newly-married couple she feels a restlessness and intense longing to know her own roots.
And so the two girls decide to return to Jewels birthplace in America. In discovering the mysteries of Jewel's past the girls realize that this is a life-changing voyage of discovery for both of them, as they learn important lessons about family, friendship and home.
But most importantly, love ..The Harbour Girl
Jeannie spends her days watching the harbour girls - mending nets, gutting herring - and waiting for Ethan Wharton to come in on his father's fishing smack. Jeannie had always expected to marry the loyal and dependable Ethan. But then she meets Harry, a stranger who has come to visit from Hull for the day, and she falls for him.
When Jeannie becomes pregnant and Harry breaks his promise to come back for her, she finds herself isolated. She and her child move to Hull where her life is touched by illness, tragedy and poverty. She longs for the simpler times of her past, and wonders if she will ever find someone who will truly love her - and if Ethan will ever forgive her.The Innkeeper's Daughter
Life isn't turning out quite as hoped for thirteen-year-old Bella.
She lives at the Woodman Inn - an ancient hostelry run by her family in the Yorkshire countryside - surrounded by her unreliable siblings. When Bella learns not only that her father is seriously ill, but that her mother is expecting a fifth child, her dreams of becoming a schoolteacher are quickly dashed.
Times are hard, and when their father dies Bella must also take on responsibility for her baby brother. Her days are brightened by the occasional visit from Jamie Lucan - the son of a wealthy landowner in a neighbouring coastal village. But then her mother announces that she wants to move the family to Hull.
Could things get any worse? Or could this move turn out to be a blessing in disguise for Bella?His Brother's Wife
When Harriet Miles is fired from her job at the hostelry while struggling to take care of her seriously ill mother, it seems things can't get worse.
'The last thing she expects after her mother dies is a marriage proposal from a man she barely knows, but her only alternative is the workhouse.
However instead of marital bliss with Noah Tuke, Harriet finds herself in a cramped, angry household where she is met with bitterness and hostility - from all except Noah's brother, Fletcher. Gradually she learns the true reasons behind
Noah's desire to marry her - and realises that the only person she finds real companionship with is the person she can't possibly be with ...Four Sisters
Matty has had to care for her three younger sisters ever since their mother's death ten years ago. She and the girls' beloved father have worked hard to keep the family together and now it's time to celebrate as Matty turns eighteen.
But their joy is short-lived when tragedy suddenly strikes and their father disappears on his way to London.
The sisters have no way of knowing what has happened to him - only that he hasn't returned home. With little money left, they're now forced to battle life's misfortunes alone..The Lonely Wife
1850: Beatrix Fawcett is just eighteen when her father tells her she is to marry a stranger. Hesitantly, but with little choice, she agrees to the match - in the hope of a good husband in Charles, and a happy new life together in rural Yorkshire.
As Beatrix sets about making their house a home, she falls in love with it and the surrounding countryside. But she does not fall in love with her husband.. Charles has chosen her simply to meet the requirements of his inheritance and has little interest in his young wife.
Soon, the only spark in Beatrix's lonely life is her beloved children.
But when Charles threatens to take them away from her, Beatrix must find strength in desperate times. Can she fight against her circumstances and keep what is rightfully hers?Children of Fortune
1864: Following the untimely death of her cold-hearted husband, Beatrix and her three children are finally free. While her youngest, Ambrose, has already determined his path in life, eldest son Laurie's future is less certain. With the responsibility of the family estate on his shoulders, Laurie must decide between staying in Yorkshire to farm the family land and following his dreams.
Meanwhile, headstrong and independent Alicia is defying expectation and excelling at school. There she befriends the enigmatic Olivia Snowdon and they quickly become inseparable.
But Olivia's past is shrouded in mystery, and as the two families grow closer, secrets start to come tumbling out...
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