THE MISSING PIECES OF NANCY MOON by Sarah Steele, read by Ellie Heydon
'I was gripped, desperate to solve the mystery of Nancy Moon' Sarah Haywood, New York Times bestselling author of THE CACTUS'Wonderful. This book is a joy' Katie Fforde, Sunday Times bestselling author'A gorgeous, tender debut' Kate Riordan, author of THE HEATWAVE'Moving, hopeful and heartfelt' Felicity Hayes-McCoy, author of THE LIBRARY AT THE EDGE OF THE WORLDTo unravel that long-lost summer, she had to follow the thread...Florence Connelly is broken hearted. Her marriage has collapsed under the weight of the loss she shares with her husband, and her beloved grandmother has just died. Even the joy she found in dressmaking is gone.But things change when Flo opens a box of vintage 1960s dress patterns found inside her grandmother's wardrobe. Inside each pattern packet is a fabric swatch, a postcard from Europe and a photograph of a mysterious young woman, Nancy Moon, wearing the hand-made dress.Flo discovers that Nancy was a distant relation who took the boat train to Paris in 1962 and never returned. With no one to stay home for, Flo decides to follow Nancy's thread. She unravels an untold story of love and loss in her family's past. And begins to stitch the pieces of her own life back together.'Warm and true... Pays tribute to the heart and backbone of women who support each other when the world turns its back' Stephanie Butland, author of LOST FOR WORDS'Two captivating stories of love and heartbreak, stitched together by a trail through Europe in 1962' Gill Paul, author of THE SECRET WIFE'Beautiful and touching. A remarkable debut novel, which demonstrates the enduring nature of love, family and friendship' Sarah Haywood, author of THE CACTUSREADERS ARE LOVING THE MISSING PIECES OF NANCY MOON:'Outstandingly beautiful. This book took my breath away. A sheer joy.''A captivating read of secrets untold. A moving story which I read in one day. Many twists and turns enhanced this gripping novel and kept me enthralled''A lovely, uplifting book'
Four Weddings and a Festival by Annie Robertson, read by Ellie Heydon
Click here to buy: https://adbl.co/2GKYXiTFour months. Four weddings. One happy ending...Bea, Lizzie, Hannah and Kat - die-hard romcom fans - have always joked about getting married in the same year: their own 'Four Weddings' summer. But when Bea unexpectedly turns down her boyfriend's proposal, the rest of the girls decide she needs a little Richard Curtis-esque meet-cute. As Bea's friends set her up with a different date for each wedding in an attempt to find her own Hugh Grant, while navigating their own nuptial complications, Bea is more and more certain that she doesn't want a big white wedding - especially as it seems that there might not be any happy-ever-afters this year, let alone four...