A sweeping tale of love, betrayal and war, set in the heat and turmoil of the Spanish Civil War. Perfect for fans of Lucinda Riley, Tracy Rees and Dinah Jeffries
Escape to the Spanish hills with this spellbinding story of passionate love, family secrets and betrayal
'SHADOWS OVER THE SPANISH SUN is scorching. It was a joy to ride across the Andalusian hills and to be transported by parallel, truly heart wrenching love stories, past and present' Carl Hester, Olympic Gold Medalist in Dressage
'Enthralling and wonderfully romantic, with gorgeous characters, this is perfect to curl up with and get lost in' Katie Fforde on A Paris Secret
'A moving, sweeping saga of love and loss' Dinah Jefferies on A Paris Secret
A country in the shadow of war. A love that burns through the decades...
Mia Ferris's heart has always belonged in Spain. Every childhood summer was spent at her grandfather's hacienda, riding together amongst the olive trees or listening to his stories of the past. So when she learns that he has fallen from his horse, she knows that she belongs by his bedside - even if it means leaving behind her life in London, and her new fiance.
But as Leonardo fights for his life, and Mia to save the family home from financial ruin, secrets begin to emerge that tell a different story of the past - a terrible history that begins with a boy running for his life over the Andalusian hills, and ends with a forbidden love that only war can destroy...
As Mia untangles the passions and betrayals of the past, everything she thought she knew is turned upside down. Can she heal the wounds of the past, and face the truth of her own heart?
A sweeping novel of passionate love, betrayal and redemption, set against the turmoil and tragedy of the Spanish Civil War.
Praise for Caroline Montague:
Enthralling... snared us in an ever-tightening circle of love and despair, secrets and forgiveness' Joanna Lumley
'Thoroughly engrossing' Julian Fellowes, creator of Downton Abbey
'Passionate characters with back stories laced with secrets and true historical events, set against the harsh beauty of Andalucia, guarantee hours of escape in this wonderful saga' Angela Petch
Caroline won her first National Poetry competition at 10 years old and from that moment dreamed of being a writer. Her life, however, took a different turn. At 18 she began a law degree but left after a year to marry a country solicitor. When juggling motherhood with modelling assignments became too much, she founded an Interior Design Company working on many projects in the UK and abroad. Her second marriage to the widowed Conroy Harrowby brought four stepchildren into her life, giving her a wider audience for her imaginative bedtime stories. As a family they all live at the Harrowby ancestral home, Burnt Norton, which famously inspired T S Eliot to write the first of his "Four Quartets". At last Caroline has the time to fulfil her dream of becoming a full time author.