Long Ago at the Horse Fayre (Paperback)
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Long Ago at the Horse Fayre (Paperback)

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A historical romance set in Boughton, England, and Dublin, Ireland 1846. Boughton Horse Fayre continued from 1353 to 1914 and its fame spread far and wide. Local villagers and itinerant Irish gypsies alike used it for trading and racing horses. Belle, the village baker's daughter, overprotected and kept hidden away by her parents who desperately want to pair her off with the local butcher's boy, Saul, meets Emmett in the village, a working Irish gypsy and groom at the fayre. After falling in love, they elope together to Ireland to escape Belle's forced marriage. However, a blissful life does not follow and faced with many more hurdles, will true love conquer all? Belle's future happiness hangs by a thread.

Publisher: Troubador Publishing
ISBN: 9781785898587
Number of pages: 272
Dimensions: 198 x 129 mm

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“An Epic historically based love story with numerous twists making easy reading!”

I found this book both very interesting & enjoyable to read. Set in the abismal times of the potatoes famine, Ireland and old England develops a tumultuous love story of interwoven, friendship, death and deceit... More

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