When Bethany and Kezzie excitedly walk to a neighbouring village fair, Bethany discovers how fickle her friend is once they meet up with womaniser, local shepherd, Bill Judd. Deserted on the open moor road, Bethany’s feelings are hurt, but she is determined to continue her journey. In her anger she makes a life threatening decision, cutting through a wooded estate, which changes her life forever.
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About the Author
Valerie writes sweet romances and mysteries, both historical and contemporary. Two of which have been shortlisted for awards by the Romantic Novelists’ Association. She is a previous winner of Writing Magazine’s, ‘Annual Ghost Story Competition’. This illustrates her love of writing under the genres of ‘Romantic Adventure’ or darker ‘History Mystery’. Valerie is an experienced creative writing tutor working for The London School of Journalism, Writing Magazine and independently. As well as being an author herself, she enjoys being a reviewer of books for the Historical Novel Society and is also member of the Crime Writers’ Association and the Society of Authors.