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Her Forget-Me-Not Ex

She’s certain she’s over him, but her heart has other ideas…

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Gorgeously descriptive, this was the perfect escape for me.

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I loved every single page and will most definitely look forward to more from Sophie Claire in the future.

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Miss Moonshine final cover (2018_04_05 18_42_57 UTC)Miss Moonshine’s Emporium of Happy Endings

Miss Moonshine’s Wonderful Emporium has stood in the pretty Yorkshire town of Haven Bridge for as long as anyone can remember. With her ever-changing stock, Miss Moonshine has a rare gift for providing exactly what her customers need: a fire opal necklace that provides a glimpse of a different life; a novel whose phantom doodler casts a spell over the reader; a music box whose song links love affairs across the generations. One thing is for certain: after visiting Miss Moonshine’s quirky shop, life is never the same again…

Nine romantic novelists from Yorkshire and Lancashire, including best-selling and award-winning authors, have joined together to create this collection of uplifting stories guaranteed to warm your heart. This intriguing mix of historical and contemporary romances will make you laugh, cry, and believe in the happy-ever-after.

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Her Forget Me Not Ex-1 coverHer Forget-Me-Not Ex

She’s certain she’s over him, but her heart has other ideas…

Natasha has consigned her wealthy French ex-husband Luc to the past, so she’s horrified when he turns up at her village florist’s shop out of the blue, pleading for help. He never dared to tell his family about the divorce, and when he asks her to come to France and pretend they’re still married for a couple of weeks to please his dying father, she’s not sure she can say no. She certainly isn’t prepared for the warmth of his family’s welcome, or the attraction that’s still simmering between her and Luc.

But it’s just two weeks in a vineyard, no strings attached, right?

“A sweet summer romance to fall in love with” Louise Marley