OUT NOW: Beyond Reason by Gwen Kirkwood

Beyond Reason by Gwen KirkwoodGwen Kirkwood was born, and schooled, in Yorkshire but moved to Scotland to work. After meeting her husband, a Scottish dairy farmer, 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 fifteen family sagas and also six shorter romances. Another Home, Another Love was also published by Robert Hale.

Beyond Reason by Gwen Kirkwood

Janet Scott loves books, and learning, and is happy living at the schoolhouse where her grandfather is the dominie. When tragedy strikes, and her grandfather dies suddenly, everything changes, and she is sent to work for farmer, Wull Foster.

Life with no one to protect her is tough, and Janet experiences first-hand the dangers which can befall a young woman. So, when philanthropist, Josiah Saunders, an old friend of her grandfather’s takes her in, they both relish the companionship.

Josiah’s avaricious relatives though, resent his generosity and are furious when he encourages Janet to stay at Crillion Keep, and he is forced to think of a way to thwart their scheming. With Janet’s love, penniless lawyers’ clerk, Fingal McLauchlan, unable to spirit her away from her situation she faces a dilemma when Josiah offers her marriage, and security.

Praise for the Gwen Kirkwood

‘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

Beyond Reason by Gwen Kirkwood is available to buy now with a limited time only discount of 30%


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