June 2013 eBook of the Month.
Following on from her bestselling debut, The Cornish House, Liz Fenwick's A Cornish Affair is touched with intrigue and romance, a bewitching, escapist read that is certain to delight readers. Jude runs out of church, before her marriage and escapes to a crumbling cliff top mansion in Cornwall. She gets a job cataloguing the library in the mansion and learns of a family riddle that hints at hidden treasure. But time is running out as the house has been put up for sale.
Running out on your wedding day never goes down well. When the pressure of her forthcoming marriage becomes too much, Jude bolts from the church, leaving a good man at the altar, her mother in a fury, and the guests with enough gossip to last a year. Guilty and ashamed, Jude flees to Pengarrock, a crumbling cliff-top mansion in Cornwall, where she takes a job cataloguing the Trevillion family's extensive library. The house is a welcome escape for Jude, full of history and secrets, but when its new owner arrives, it's clear that Pengarrock is not beloved by everyone. As Jude falls under the spell of the house, she learns of a family riddle stemming from a terrible tragedy centuries before, hinting at a lost treasure. And when Pengarrock is put up for sale, it seems that time is running out for the house and for Jude. Following on from her bestselling debut, THE CORNISH HOUSE, Liz Fenwick's A CORNISH AFFAIR is touched with intrigue and romance, a bewitching, escapist read that is certain to delight readers.
|Publication date:||8th May 2014|
|Publisher:||Orion (an Imprint of The Orion Publishing Group Ltd ) an imprint of Orion Publishing Co|
|Primary Genre||Modern and Contemporary Fiction|
Closing date: 12/12/2021
Growing up in Boston, Liz Fenwick discovered early on that her best friends could be books. While waiting on a place for Harvard, she moved to London to see if life looked different from the other side of the Atlantic. It did and she soon fell in love with an Englishman. Now happily married with three children, she spends as much time as possible at her home in Cornwall. Author photo © Paul SumnerMore About Liz Fenwick