OUT TODAY: Another Home, Another Love by Gwen Kirkwood

Another Home, Another Love by Gwen KirkwoodGwen Kirkwood was born, and schooled, in Yorkshire but moved to Scotland to work. After meeting her husband, a Scottish dairyfarmer, she has spent most of her adult life north of the Border. Gwen has three children and six grandchildren. With a background in farming she has also written 15 family sagas and also 6 shorter romance novels. Another Home, Another Love is her first novel for Robert Hale.


Rosemary Palmer-Farr loves farming and animals and has spent much of her childhood at Bengairney Farm with her dearest friends, the Carafords. Now, as a young woman, she wants to prove herself a good businesswoman by running the gardens of her father’s dwindling estate. Her mother, Catherine, is not impressed and wants her to secure a good marriage. She looks down on the Carafords because they are only tenant farmers.

When childhood friendship deepens into love, Catherine takes action and extracts a promise from Sam Caraford calculated to keep the young couple apart. She throws Rosemary into the company of eligible young gentleman, but Rosemary despises their attitudes and yearns only for Sam’s love.

Praise for the Author

‘Kirkwood’s ability to involve her readers emotionally will have them rooting for the hero’ – Booklist

‘Delivers a realism and charm which has become the hallmark of her books’ – Dumfries & Galloway Standard

‘Romance with a capital R’ – Manchester Evening News

 ‘Romance with more than a touch of steel to it and with a fine feel for the countryside’ – Northern Echo, Darlington

Another Home, Another Love is now available to buy in hardback at a limited time only discount of 30%.


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