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Christina Jones

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The easiest 5 star review as this is the most wonderful novel! The characters were fabulous and I couldn't put it down... can't recommend it highly enough!!' ***** Reader review

'Christina Jones has the descriptive prowess to paint a written picture of scenarios that allows the reader to easily imagine the settings! Recommend this book highly!' ***** Reader review

'I have enjoyed this book enormously... excellent read well worth reading' ***** Reader review

'This book is one of the best I've EVER read. So, so funny. It made me laugh till I cried. Brilliant' ***** Reader review

'Absolutely adored this book' ***** Reader review

A story of love, heartbreak and happiness,
as two determined young women work against overwhelming odds...

When Jasmine's beloved granddad dies, she is left an odd bequest in his will - his bookie's stall at Ampney Crucis dog racing stadium. Despite her snobbish parents' disgust, Jasmine is determined to make a success of the business.

In London, single mum April works all hours for the dodgy Gillespie family, dreaming of the day her daughter's dad will return. When April helps collect a debt for the Gillespies, she is left with a manic greyhound named Cair Paravel - but her landlord's not going to like that...

When the prestigious Frobisher's trophy comes up for grabs, the Gillespies will stop at nothing to have the race held at their venue -but Jasmine and her friends are determined to have it at Ampney Crucis...

Love Christina Jones' captivating tales? Then check out the fabulously joyful Summer at Sandcastle Cottage and Christmas at Sandcastle Cottage. You won't be disappointed!

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Christina Jones

Christina Jones has written all of her life (as well as having millions of Proper Jobs including factory worker, secretary, nightclub dancer, blood donor attendant, barmaid, waitress, civil servant and fruit picker) Christina first had a short story published when she was just 14 years old. She has written for teenage and women's magazines - fiction and non-fiction - for a number of years, had her own humour column in The Oxford Times, and has contributed to national newspapers.

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