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The Loveday fortunes
Kate Tremayne
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Cornwall: 1791. Edward Loveday's brother-in-law, Charles, has been found dead, the reputation of his bank in tatters. His investors' money lost on failed ventures, Charles has left the Lovedays facing financial ruin. Adam finds refuge from the financial pressures in his relationship with the gypsy-bred Senara - whom he is determined to marry despite his father's threats of disinheritance. His twin, St John, decides to throw his hand in with the Sawle brothers - violent smugglers. As changing fortunes - both personal and financial - put strain on a family already buckling with internal tensions, each one of the Lovedays must sacrifice personal ambition and unite to overcome this crisis. But to some of them, sacrifice does not come easy...

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As a child, Kate Tremayne was fascinated with Greek mythology and from that grew her love of history and tales of valour and adventure. That passion for historical adventure, weaving fictional characters into real-life history dramas, is the driving force behind her writing. Her childhood holidays were spent in Cornwall and she still makes regular pilgrimages to the land whose beauty and atmospheric moods have always haunted her. Married with two children, Kate now lives in Sussex.

'Thrilling family saga... A fast-moving and exciting read and leaves the reader breathless for the next book in the series' Historical Novels Review

Praise for ADAM LOVEDAY:
'The whole spectrum of society is present in this fast-moving and exciting story' Historical Novels Review

'Guaranteed to appeal to those who have been entranced by Poldark.... this historical adventure comes to life' Sussex Life

'First-class' West Briton

'Fans of costume dramas and 18/19th century literature will enjoy ADAM LOVEDAY, a story of warring brothers and forbidden love' Chester Evening Leader

'Rich in drama and passion, with the atmosphere and flavour of eighteenth century Cornwall, ADAM a story of family relationships that transcends time, and heralds the emergence of an exciting new storyteller' North Cornwall Advertiser

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Cornwall (England) - Social life and customs - 18th century - Fiction.
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