Love Stories from Flanker Press

These heartwarming tales are sure to warm you up this winter!

 

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Art Love Forgery by Carolyn Morgan

Inspired by true events, Art Love Forgery is a story of forbidden love in nineteenth-century St. John’s, a legend that lives on within the walls and ceilings of Government House.

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A Splendid Boy by Melanie Martin

In A Splendid Boy, Daniel Beresford’s innocent love affair with the merchant’s daughter is discovered, forcing him to make an impossible decision to save his family from financial ruin. When news of the First World War reaches Middle Tickle, Daniel, who is torn between his love for Emma Tavenor and his responsibility to his family, enlists in the Newfoundland Regiment and departs for training. When Emma learns her father is to blame for Daniel’s unexplained departure, she follows him to England, hoping they’ll be reunited.

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Against Her Rules by Victoria Barbour

In Against Her Rules, Elsie Walsh had it all. Or so she thought. Until Scottish hunk Campbell Scott showed up on the doorstep of her bed and breakfast. He’s making it pretty hard for her to stand by her one rule: No sleeping with the guests. She’s denied some of the world’s hottest actors, musicians, and even royals . . . but how can she keep Cam out of her bed, when he’s invaded her head and her heart?

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Hard as Ice by Victoria Barbour

In Hard as Ice, a whirlwind romance at the Heart’s Ease Inn seems like the best prescription for sexy Scottish beauty Daphne and injured hockey superstar Jack Walsh. Until the real world creeps in, forcing them to learn that making a long-distance relationship work is harder than either imagined. When their careers threaten to put half a world between them, they must make a choice. Have they taken on a task harder than the very ice he skates on?

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Play Me by Victoria Barbour

When sparks fly between sultry lawyer Fiona Nolan and sexy folksinger Dillon O’Dea, little do they know that they’re about to turn a long simmering family feud into an all-out scorcher. From the moment she sets eyes on Dillon, Fiona knows that she’s willing to play for keeps, even if it means upsetting her family. And when she takes on a case to defend one of her family’s enemies, will Heart’s Ease ever be the same idyllic escape? Find out in Play Me.

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21st Century Rake by Victoria Barbour

In 21st Century Rake, rock superstar Asher Corbin is back in Heart’s Ease. When Grace Nolan claims not to recognize the dashing celebrity, Asher seizes the opportunity to step out of his persona and explore life out of the spotlight. But when she finds out his secret, her response plunges them into a game of seduction neither had expected to find.

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Ghost of the Southern Cross by Nellie P. Strowbridge

Ghost of the Southern Cross tells of two childhood friends, Maggie and Elizabeth, who are irrevocably joined by their love for one man lost on the Southern Cross, a brother to one and a groom-to-be of the other. Lives of families come into focus against the background of the island of Newfoundland, taking readers on a journey beginning more than a century ago and continuing to the 1970s.

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Maiden From the Sea by Nellie P. Strowbridge

Maiden from the Sea is a breathtaking journey into the life and troubled mindscape of a servant girl from seventeenth-century France. While travelling to destinations unknown, Genevieve Laurier is tossed from the deck of an itinerant vessel and becomes stranded on an island in the middle of the stormy Atlantic. Genevieve finds comfort in the arms of Nasook, the Beothuk warrior . . . but when she gives birth to his child, the law of man gives chase. Genevieve must take her family and escape these abusive shores—and her increasingly disturbing dreams. But just as she makes her last desperate attempt to elude her pursuers, Genevieve Laurier’s past, present, and future collide in a single revelatory moment that could spell tragedy for her and all that she holds dear.