Stealing Roses (Paperback)
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Stealing Roses (Paperback)

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Paperback 320 Pages / Published: 23/05/2019
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1862. Growing up in the small seaside town of Cowes on the Isle of Wight, free-spirited Eveline Stanhope feels trapped by the weight of expectation from her well-to-do family. Her mother and two elder sisters would rather she focus her attention on marrying well, preferably to the wealthy Charles Sandham, but Eveline wants more for herself, and the arrival of the railway provides just the cause she's been searching for. Driven by the cherished memories of her late father, Eveline is keen to preserve the landscape he loved so much and becomes closely involved with the project. She forms a growing attachment to engineer Thomas Armitage. But when the railway is complete and Thomas moves on, will Eveline wish to return to the way things were?

Publisher: Allison & Busby
ISBN: 9780749024918
Number of pages: 320
Dimensions: 216 x 134 mm

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“Charmingly compelling”

What a precious thing to read a book and find yourself so thoroughly enjoying the author's sentence structure! Heather Cooper is indeed a talented writer - she has a superb flair and delicacy to her writing which... More

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“Beautifully told and descriptive”

Heather Cooper's debut novel is an evocative and well researched tale of the trials of being a female in the 19th century. A topical subject for today's readers, her heroine struggles with trying to be a... More

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“A captivating novel”

I thoroughly enjoyed reading this, the first in what I hope will be a series of stories following the life of Eveline Stanhope. A beautiful historical novel depicting family life, love, the beginnings of the railways... More

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