Ninety Steps to Summerhill

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Book 2 in the Goldebury Bay series. Sophie isn’t looking for love; she’s looking for long-lost treasure.

Sophie Summerhill believes in Fate and she’s in Goldebury Bay for only one reason: to find the fabled, long-lost, Summerhill treasure. When she finds it, she’s going to sell it and head for a life of luxury in the Caribbean.

But first, she has to solve the mystery of an ancient feud between local families: the Beaumonts, the Suttons and the Pollards and to do that, she will need some help.
What she doesn’t need is good-looking journalist, Timothy Richards asking questions. Or a man who’s just lost everything – the darkly handsome, Thaddeus Beaumont, taking on the role of ‘knight in shining armour’.
In fact, Sophie must try to avoid Thaddeus. He might find out what she’s trying to keep hidden from everyone in Goldebury Bay, and particularly from him.
Fall in love with the residents of Goldebury Bay, in this witty and romantic series.
Book 1 – Ninety Days of Summer – out now
Book 2 – Ninety Steps to Summerhill – out now
Book 3 – Ninety Days to Christmas – out October 2015

Emily Harvale lives in Hastings, on the East Sussex coast, where she writes warm-hearted, witty and wonderfully romantic, novels, novellas and short stories, much to the delight of her growing legion of fans. Her books are about love, fun, friendship, doubts, drama, sex and romance – life really, without the boring bits and are 41tYUZwzbgL._UX250_available in paperback and ebook formats.

Emily worked in the City for several years and says that real life can often be far more unbelievable than fiction. Join her for a glass of wine sometime and she may just tell you a few stories that she hasn’t made up!

To catch up with Emily, go to her website at www.emilyharvale.com where you can sign up for her Readers’ Club newsletter, or friend her and/or follow her on Facebook or Twitter  and on Pinterest .

 

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