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Move Over Darling

by Christine Stovell

Relationship Stories Sagas and Romance

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Another satisfying romantic read from the publisher Choc Lit. Ex-management consultant Coralie runs away from her stressed life to west Wales to set up a new business making and selling natural beauty and cleaning products. There she meets Gethin but potential happiness is thwarted by past secrets that aren’t so easy to wash away!

Sarah Broadhurst

Move Over Darling Synopsis

When is it time to stop running? Coralie Casey is haunted by her past. Deciding it's time for a fresh start, she sets up 'Sweet Cleans', a range of natural beauty and cleaning products, and escapes to Penmorfa, a quiet coastal village in west Wales. Gethin Lewis thinks he's about to put his home village Penmorfa behind him for good. Now an internationally-acclaimed artist living in New York, he just has to return one last time to wind up his father's estate. But the village soon disrupts their carefully laid plans. As truths are uncovered which threaten to split the community apart, Gethin is forced to question his real reasons for abandoning Penmorfa, and Coralie is made to face the fact that some stains just won't go away.

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ISBN: 9781906931650
Publication date: 04/10/2012
Publisher: Choc Lit
Format: Paperback

Book Information

ISBN: 9781906931650
Publication date: 4th October 2012
Author: Christine Stovell
Publisher: Choc Lit
Format: Paperback
Genres: Relationship Stories, Sagas and Romance,

About Christine Stovell

Christine Stovell was born in Epsom, Surrey and now lives in Wales. Winning a tin of chocolate in a national essay competition at primary school inspired her to become a writer, an ambition she neglected for far too long thinking she had to have a proper job. After graduating from UEA, she took various jobs in the public sector writing research papers and policy notes by day and filling up her spare drawers with embryonic novels by night. Losing her dad to cancer made her realise that if she was ever going to get a novel published she had to ...

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