Clarissa falls in love with the house - a Tudor manor in the Welsh marches - marrying Thomas is the best way to get it. Life there isn't the idyll she expects. When Evan appears on the scene, Clarissa is ripe for a little diversion. The complications that ensue demand Welsh magic to unravel them.
Clarissa really falls in love with the house - a beautiful Tudor manor in the Welsh marches: marrying Thomas is simply the best way to get it. But life there isn t quite the idyll she expects. Thomas is so busy with the farm that he doesn t see the need for a social life, and his two elderly, eccentric aunts- though charm itself - aren t the most stimulating companions. When Evan appears on the scene, Clarissa is ripe for a little diversion, but the complications that ensue demand Welsh magic to unravel them.
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About Willa Marsh
Willa Marsh is the pseudonym of Marcia Willett, who has written several books for Headline which have been published with great success. In 1982 her husband was commissioned to write a book on sailing and they moved on board their ketch for twelve months, during which she started to write. Marcia Willett lives with her husband and their two Newfoundland dogs in a small Devon village on the edge of Dartmoor.
The Quick and the Dead by Willa Marsh
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