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  • Hodder & Stoughton

King's Croft

Christine Marion Fraser

9 Reviews

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Fiction, Romance, Sagas, Historical fiction

The first novel in the enchanting series from the bestselling author of Rhanna

When Jamie King Grant, the travelling man, gave up his wandering life to wed Maggie McKenzie, their small farm had laughingly been re-named King's Croft. There they raised their family - straitlaced Nellie, lovesick Murn, lively Mary - and Evelyn, their youngest daughter.

Gifted and loving, Evelyn found herself torn between two different worlds and two very different men. Johnny Burns, a child of the farmtouns like herself, had been her first love. Gillan Forbes was the son of the big house, and heir to the Lands of Rothiedrum. Neither man made any secret of his love for her - and the time was coming when Evelyn would have to make a choice . . .

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Praise for King's Croft

  • Full-blooded romance, a strong, authentic setting - Scotsman

  • Fraser writes with a great depth of feeling and has the knack of making her characters come alive. She paints beautiful pictures of the countryside and their changing seasons - Aberdeen Express

  • Praise for Christine Marion Fraser:

  • 'Christine Marion Fraser weaves an intriguing story in which the characters are alive against a spellbinding background' - Yorkshire Herald

  • An author who has won a huge audience for her warm, absorbing tales of ordinary folk - Annabel

  • Christine Marion Fraser writes characters so real they almost leap out of the pages . . . you would swear she must have grown up with them - Sun

  • Christine Marion Fraser writes characters so real they almost leap out of the pages ... you would swear she must have grown up with them - Sun

  • Fraser writes with a great depth of feeling and has the knack of making her characters come alive. She paints beautiful pictures of the countryside and their changing seasons - Aberdeen Express

  • Praise for Christine Marion Fraser: 'Christine Marion Fraser weaves an intriguing story in which the characters are alive against a spellbinding background' - Yorkshire Herald

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