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Earning Darcy's Trust
A Pride & Prejudice Variation
Ms. Nano Nagle
Spieldauer: 6 Std. und 10 Min.
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He has an enemy. She holds the key to a chilling secret. Fitzwilliam Darcy's troubles only began the day he witnessed his father's murder. Betrayed by a trusted friend, he soon finds himself caught in a web of deceit and blackmail...and his little sister is in the center of it all. Will Darcy's search for answers save what's left of his family...or destroy it?
Tom Fulwood, the future Earl of Standish, discovers at the age of 15 that marriage can destroy a man, namely his father. His mother prefers entertaining men in her bedroom, while her husband sits downstairs, unable or unwilling to respond to his wife's inappropriate behavior. From that day on Tom vows that no woman will hurt him the way his mother hurt his father. For the next 17 years, Tom works hard to become one of the most notorious rakes London society has ever seen, successfully keeping all the women of his acquaintance at a distance.
A moment's foolish mistake costs 16-year-old Nora her freedom and her family. Sentenced to transportation, she has to grow up fast to survive prison, the long journey, and then life as an assigned servant in Van Diemen's Land of the 1820s. She is sustained by real friendships with other prisoners, Sarah and Helen. Can anyone of them overcome the pitfalls of convict life to become pioneering settlers of modern-day Tasmania?
Sarah Lewis desires nothing more than to begin again after a failed marriage and a tragedy so terrifying, it forces her to leave her life in London to stay with her best friend a world apart in South Africa. Despite immediate success in her business, she struggles to understand who she really is and where she belongs in the world. So begins a journey of discovery as Sarah re-unites with Katy in the land where she was born, where the air is lavender scented, and weekends are spent cycling on the beach.
Feisty Samantha (Sam) Wilson isn't allowing the closure of the village library to go unchallenged; it's just another blow to a community already in slow decay. When aspiring author Dominic Ross moves into the old schoolhouse, things begin to change. Sam thinks he'd make a great match for her childhood friend and single mom Anne. Dominic has other things on his mind. He wants to help Sam with the library, he's under pressure from his agent to come up with the goods, and he thinks his house is haunted.
Jenny lost her beloved mother as a teenager and was left devastated. As a parting gift, she left her daughter a bundle of letters, one for each significant day of Jenny’s future. Her mother’s letters are everything to her, but how can Jenny ever become the confident, successful woman her mother wanted her to be when her heart is broken by her loss? When an unexpected meeting has Jenny mistaken for somebody she’s not, Jenny learns that sometimes pretending is the easiest way to tell the truth and that loving someone can mean letting them go....
When Ellie decides to sell the tea room, she doesn't bank on her twin daughters showing up with ideas of their own. Her daughters have both left home - Jessica is married and expecting her first child, and Marie has built a successful career. She is ready for change and to leave the past behind; however, her daughters are not. To complicate matters further, Ellie meets Michael. She was not looking to meet a man, but life occasionally throws in a few surprises. Maybe now is the right time to change more than just her work.
The Vintage Tea Room 3: Changing Times and New Opportunities
Spieldauer: 1 Std. und 30 Min.
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Marie has a decision to make - take the job in Copenhagen and move away from her family or give up on her dream of being at the top of the advertising industry. When Marie arrives back in Cirencester for her mother's wedding she can't wait to share the news of her new job with her twin sister, Jessica. To Marie’s surprise Jessica is less than enthusiastic and gives her reason to wonder if now is the right time for such a move.
Jessica and Edward have recently taken over the tea room. Jessica soon realises the customers love everything her mum has created - they do not want change - however, she wants to add something of her own. She decides she is going to make bread. When her initial attempts do not turn out well, it looks like she may have to rethink her plans. Even though Jessica has not yet prepared for the arrival of the baby, she is convinced she still has plenty of time to get her new venture off the ground. Babies, however, have a habit of foiling even the best-laid plans.
Ellie has been running the tea room for more than 20 years. Her daughters have both left home - Jessica is married and expecting her first child, and Marie has built a successful career. She is ready for change and to leave the past behind; however, her daughters are not. They still want the security of having their family home as a base to return to and yet seem reluctant to help with the day-to-day tasks of running the business. To complicate matters further, Ellie meets Michael. She was not looking to meet a man, but life occasionally throws in a few surprises.
Grieving over the death of her son, and with her marriage in trouble, Anna's life is falling apart. When a long-hidden love letter is discovered in the back of her favorite painting, she seizes the opportunity to go to Paris. Intending to research Hélène, the mysterious recipient of the letter, she is thrown together with the arrogant François. Dependent on his help, Anna realizes the tension between them is attraction. Should she continue a lifetime of playing it safe or listen to her heart? If you enjoy perceptive, complex stories exploring the rich variety of human emotions, you'll love this beautifully poignant love story.
Selina Nott's greatest joy in life is singing and playing the piano. She has no interest in love and is thrown out of the family home when she refuses to marry the man her father has arranged for her. As she struggles to get her life together, she meets Duke Joshua Windham, an arrogant and cold man who has no use for women. When the Duke is forced to accompany Selina on a journey, unforeseen circumstances cause the journey to turn deadly.
Regan has loved the Duke of Derbyshire since she was a child but her sister is engaged to marry him. When her sister has second thoughts and runs off to Paris, Regan is announced as his bride in waiting. Just when she believes she has found happiness and the Duke may truly care about her, her sister returns, ready to claim the Duke as her own again. Regan's heart breaks not only for lost love but for the secret she holds that could destroy not only her but also the Duke.
Katherine, Lady of Clarendon, has been promised in marriage to Percy, Duke of Loneshire, by her parents. She does not know the deadly secret that he holds. When the duke's brother, Oliver, escorts Katherine to Loneshire, feelings between the two develop, but she marries the duke, and her nightmare begins. When Oliver finds out the duke's secret, things turn deadly.
Antonia is betrothed to Duke Myles Fareweather at the request of her parents to save their land. The Duke is a loner who distrusts women but agrees to the marriage. Antonia has loved the Duke since she was 15 but is not prepared for his coldness and arrogance. She knows his deadly secret, one that would destroy him if it were let out. Her marriage is a loveless arrangement, and she leaves soon after in the middle of the night, convinced the Duke will never love her back.
Margery Fairchild is a governess and loves to ride horses. A chance encounter with charming Duke Avery turns her world upside down. But when she courts another man, the Duke learns devastating news that has him plotting to take the other man down before Margery is thrust into scandal. A clean and wholesome romance from Sophia Wilson, full of intrigue, unexpected twists, and a shocking secret.
Hannah Quinn dreams of a fairy-tale romance and true love. When she is invited to a ball and meets a mysterious stranger who comes to her rescue and then vanishes, she wonders if she will ever see him again. When she finds out who he is and learns he may be responsible for his wife's death, she is both afraid and intrigued by him. When he shows up at her doorstep and tells her he is falling for her, Hannah believes him. Until he vanishes without a trace and she tries desperately to find him.
Iris Bagshott strolls down the paths of her ancient garden, close to Lichfield in the heart of England, wondering if it is time to sell her house and land for development. She is unaware that around every corner myriad family secrets from the past unfold. From a Saxon clearing to a monastery, Tudor dwelling to the present day, this sacred plot has nurtured her ancestors. Generations of Bagshott women have found refuge and solace tending it through years of plague, civil war and beyond. This is their story.
Patisserie-chef Stevie's beloved Great Aunt Peggy has passed away and Stevie has lost both her job and the love of her life. Then she gets the call from the solicitor's office about Peggy’s will and everything changes. When Stevie sees a quirky tea shop up for sale in the beautiful village of Tanglewood, she decides to take Peggy’s advice and turn her life around. But the village isn't as idyllic as it may at first have seemed, and when the gorgeous but grouchy local stable-owner, Nick, shows up he seems like just another fly in the pastry batter....