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The Loveday Fortunes (Loveday series, Book 2): Loyalties are divided in this eighteenth-century Cornish saga

Kate Tremayne

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Fiction, Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945), Sagas, Historical fiction

The second book in the captivating Cornish series that anyone who loved Winston Graham's Poldark cannot afford to miss

Cornwall: 1791. As the civil unrest in France gathers force, ripples of conflict are also reaching across the Channel, for the Loveday family are fighting their own private battles. Charles Mercer - Edward Loveday's brother-in-law - has been found dead, the reputation of his eminent bank in tatters. Charles has left the Lovedays facing emotional trauma and financial ruin. But risk comes as second nature to the Lovedays. Adam Loveday finds refuge from the pressures of keeping the family boatyard solvent in the arms of gypsy-bred Senara - whom he is determined to marry despite his father's threats of disinheritance. And his twin, St John, angry at having to curb his spending, throws in his hand with the Sawle brothers - the notorious smugglers who rule Penruan by intimidation and violence. Each one of the Lovedays must sacrifice personal ambition in the face of adversity. But to some of them, sacrifice does not come easily...

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Praise for The Loveday Fortunes (Loveday series, Book 2): Loyalties are divided in this eighteenth-century Cornish saga

  • A fast-moving and exciting read and leaves the reader breathless for the next book in the series - HISTORICAL NOVELS REVIEW

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Kate Tremayne

Kate Tremayne's passion for weaving fictional characters into real-life history dramas is the driving force behind her writing. She now lives in Sussex, though she spent much of her childhood in Cornwall.

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