A SENSE OF BELONGINGCholmford Hall Mews offers more than an exclusive place to live. For Jessica, it is the perfect bolthole for recovering from a love affair; for Kate it represents a fresh start where her love for recently divorced Alec can flourish; for Amanda, whose marriage is one of straightforward convenience, it is a chance to get the most out of her situation; and for Josh, his new home offers a place of sanctuary to help him come to terms with his uncertain future. In their different ways, everyone at Cholmford Hall Mews is searching for something - love, peace of mind, a sense of belonging - but will they find more than they bargained for? DANCING IN THE DARKWhen Millie Cameron is asked to sort through the belongings of her late Aunt Flo, she doesn't relish the task. But as dusk falls in her aunt's old flat and Millie discovers Flo's collection of photographs, letters and newspaper cuttings, her interest is quickly awakened. Millie finds herself embarking on a journey - a journey to a past which includes a lost lover and a secret child. And Millie makes the startling discovery that all the threads lead to a shocking conclusion.SOME KIND OF HEROWhat do you do when your kids don't want to share you with anyone else - except the person you least want? As a single mother, Tess is used to juggling a full-time job and looking out for her son. But at seventeen, Dan is far more independent than she realises. What's more, he has taken it upon himself to bring his parents back together - whether Tess wants it or not. Meanwhile, to the Yorkshire town where they live moves Jack, a widower with a mountain of emotional baggage, to say nothing of a stroppy teenage daughter.
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