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Emma - There's No Turning Back by Linda Mitchelmore
  

Emma - There's No Turning Back

Sagas and Romance   Relationship Stories   
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Sequel to To Turn Full Circle which it is probably advisable to read to fully appreciate this one. We continue now with Emma and Seth at last being able to marry only to find the local vicar refuses to officiate! Refusing to be thwarted, the couple go away and come back to their village “married” but the past is still very close. This is a lovely series, which, owing to the inconclusive ending here, is bound to continue.

Choc Lit, the publisher of this novel, was the 2012 Publisher of the Year as voted for by the Festival of Romance.

If you like Linda Mitchelmore you might also like to read books by E. V. Thompson, Kate Tremayne and Marcia Willett.

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Emma - There's No Turning Back by Linda Mitchelmore

It isn't easy to look forward when the past is so close behind you - Life hasn't always been kind to Emma Le Goff. She has had her fair share of hardship and now finally, her life appears to be looking up. She and her childhood sweetheart, Seth Jago, are set to marry and both believe that an idyllic existence, free from heartache, awaits them. However, when they discover that the past is more difficult to forget than they could have ever imagined, Emma continues to be haunted by the mysterious circumstances surrounding her family, and Seth is hounded by a jealous ex-lover set on revenge. Seth plans for their escape to Canada, but when the charismatic Matthew Caunter returns to Devon, Emma finds herself uncertain of whether a move to Canada is really what she wants -

About the Author

Linda Mitchelmore

Linda Mitchelmore has had over 200 short stories published worldwide. She has also won many short story writing competitions – Woman’s Own, Woman & Home and Writespace to name but three. In 2004, Linda was awarded The Katie Fforde Bursary by the Romantic Novelists’ Association, and has a story in their 50th Anniversary Anthology. Linda also won Short Story Radio Romance Prize 2010. Having started her writing career doing a short story course with Writing Magazine, she has now come full circle and is a preliminary judge for their short story competitions.

Linda lives in Devon and is married with two grown-up children. Emma – There’s No Turning Back is her second novel and the sequel to To Turn Full Circle (June 2012).

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Publication date

16th January 2014

Author

Linda Mitchelmore

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Publisher

Choc Lit

Format

Paperback
352 pages

Categories

Sagas and Romance
Relationship Stories

Historical romance

ISBN

9781781890936

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