The course of true love never did run smooth… Jonathan Brodie, the only son of Sir Roger and Lady Brodie, has lived in the village of Maplebridge his whole life. Penelope, the daughter of the local florist, was adopted by the Baldwins when she was just a baby. They could not be more different and yet, one blustery January morning, their paths collide in a chance encounter that is destined to change their lives forever. Jonathan soon discovers that Penelope is far from the quiet wallflower that she first seems, but rather a beautiful rose just waiting for its chance to bloom. After spending more and more time together, it’s not long before their feelings for each other begin to blossom. However, when Jonathan starts investigating Penelope’s past, in order to present her with the truth about her biological parents, his grand Valentines gesture threatens to destroy any hope of a future with the woman he has grown to love. Penelope begins to doubt Jonathan’s motives. Is he only concerned with placating his domineering father and convincing him that she is worthy of the Brodie name? Despite his good intentions, will Jonathan’s Valentine Secret ruin everything? Or are two people from opposite ends of society simply destined to remain poles apart forever? A Valentine Secret is a charming regency romance novella about never giving up on true love. Praise for Emily Murdoch: ‘An enthralling saga.’ Robert Foster , bestselling author of The Lunar Code Emily Murdoch is a medieval historian and writer who has worked at the Bodleian Library in Oxford, the Yorkshire Museum and as part of the National Trust. She has a degree in History and English, and a Masters in Medieval Studies, both from the University of York. Emily is also the author of Conquests, Love Letters and Captives, as well as the festive regency romance A Christmas Surprise. Endeavour Press is the UK's leading independent digital publisher. For more information on our titles please sign up to our newsletter at www.endeavourpress.com. Each week you will receive updates on free and discounted ebooks.
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