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Where Seagulls Soar

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If youâre look for an enchanting mix of romance, triumph over tragedy, bittersweet memories but most of all a cracking good read then look no further than Janet Woods. Her novels, set in Dorset are well researched and will not disappoint in any way.

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Synopsis

Where Seagulls Soar by Janet Woods

Following a romantic shipboard marriage, Joanna Morcant has everything her heart could desire: a dashing new husband and an adorable baby son. But an unforeseen tragedy leaves Joanna destitute and with no choice but to return to her childhood home, the Isle of Portland off the Dorset coast, a place which holds disturbing memories from Joanna's troubled past. Just as Joanna is starting to make a new life for herself and her young son, Toby, the past rises up to haunt her once again. Toby's grandfather, the dissolute Lord Durrington, has vowed to take the child and make him his heir - whether Joanna agrees or not. And he's not the only sinister figure to emerge, determined to cause trouble. But in Joanna's darkest hour, a knight in shining armour will ride to her rescue - and that knight is someone she least expects.

About the Author

Janet Woods writes popular fiction and her style encompasses contemporary romance, mainstream fiction and historical romances set in the 18th century. One of them, Daughter of Darkness won a major prize from over 600 novels in the Australian Woman's Day/Random House contest. Over forty of her short stories have been published internationally in popular women's magazines. She also has two stories for children published in educational series and has been included in two anthologies. Twice awarded the Bronze Quill for short story writing, Janet started writing fifteen years ago.She belongs to several writer organisations both in Australia and overseas, and was recently awarded life membership of The Society of Women Writers.

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Book Info

Publication date

2nd May 2006

Author

Janet Woods

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Author's Website

www.janet-woods.com/

Publisher

Simon & Schuster Ltd

Format

Paperback

Categories

Romantic Fiction
Historical Fiction
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ISBN

9781416502524

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