Rain designs exquisite stained glass windows.But the law is clear-girls cannot be part of the glassmakers' guild.Leaving home, she travels to Magharna.When Peri witnesses Rain's capture by a gang of bandits,his fate and heart become tied to hers.They escape the outlaws,but Peri's family of falconers and untouchables,scorned by all.Can Rain and Peri's love survive the prejudices against them?And with the country on the brink of disaster will they be able to stop their world from smashing apart?
Rain designs exquisite stained-glass windows. But the law is clear: girls cannot be part of the glassmakers' guild. Leaving home, she travels to Magharna. When Peri witnesses Rain's capture by a gang of bandits, his fate and heart become tied to hers. They escape the outlaws, but Peri's family of falconers and untouchables is scorned by all. Can Rain and Peri's love survive the prejudices against them?
Sophie, bereft after the loss of her mother and her husband's betrayal, walks out. She seeks refuge with her friend Jill on the Isle of Wight, not suspecting she is about to be drawn into another crisis. For Jill, a psychologist, has her own complex reasons for persuading Sophie to stay.
It's Easter in the Suffolk village of Great Saxwold. Oliver Hardcastle is scraping an existence as an organic farmer. Miranda Marlow, high-earning international town-planner, is not looking forward to a weekend with her mother at a country-house hotel. But thanks to a teenage Goth, a wine-tasting at Chateau Saxwold, and an urban fox, love finds a way to change Miranda's mind.
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