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A Question Of Trust By Alexandra Raife

A Question Of Trust by Alexandra Raife

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Philippa has returned to Glen Maraich and begun working in the hotel. She is perfectly content, until a stanger comes to the glen and she is strongly attracted to him. Jon is a prickly character who causes suspicion in the close-knit Highland community, but the couple find they have much in common.

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A Question Of Trust by Alexandra Raife

Philippa has returned to Glen Maraich and put together a 'portfolio career' - working in the local hotel, catering and house-sitting. She has her little cottage and her friends, and is perfectly content. The last thing on her mind is a new romance, but when a stranger comes to the glen, she finds herself strongly attracted to him. Jon is a prickly character, a mercenary soldier (though he keeps that a secret), and causes suspicion in the close-knit Highland community. They are protective of Philippa, and anxious that she not be hurt. But the unlikely couple find they have more in common than it would appear, and liking progresses cautiously towards love. Though not before a series of misunderstandings threatens to ruin the relationship - unless these two wounded people can learn to trust each other.

A Question Of Trust Reviews

Praise for A QUESTION OF TRUST: 'Alexandra Raife makes a welcome return to the close-knit, vibrant group of characters that readers have met in previous novels' Hello A novel of immense quality with a sliver of masterful humour. North Wales Echo Praise for AMONG FRIENDS: 'Its ... celebration of the joys of home, hearth and family is ... touchingly winsome.' The Times A most enjoyable read. Lovers of Alexandra's books will easily recognise the creation of characters with very individual parts to play ... a roller-coaster novel brim full of surprises. Bangor Chronicle Praise for MOVING ON: 'Brilliant descriptions of twenty-first century life in the lonely wilds of Scotland. Much creative talent and literary grace.' Gwynedd Chronicle

About Alexandra Raife

Alexandra Raife has lived abroad in many countries and worked at a variety of jobs, including a six-year commission in the RAF and many years co-running a Highland hotel.

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A Question Of Trust by Alexandra Raife
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