It’s not very often that I take part in a cover reveal – but when Aria Fiction asked me to share this one, I just couldn’t resist. Cottage on a Cornish Cliff by Kate Ryder will be published as an e-book on 16th October, and is now available for pre-order. I really loved Summer in a Cornish Cove (you’ll find my review here), and I’ve been so looking forward to reading more about Cara and Oliver. And just look at that cover – isn’t it simply perfect?
Returning to the heart of her beloved Cornwall, Kate Ryder weaves another deliciously irresistible tale of desire, jealousy and the search for understanding, set against the stunning backdrop of the glorious Lizard Peninsula.
Globally renowned actor Oliver Foxley has made the most difficult decision of all and set the love of his life free, in order to try and bring his family back together. But there’s a magnetic pull back to both Cara and Cornwall that Oliver can neither deny nor resist…
Heartbroken for a second time in her short life, single mother Cara knows she has no choice but to pick up the pieces yet again and carry on. Perhaps a complete change of scenery would help her, and her young family? Yet her mind, spirit and heart yearn for the windswept shores of her Cornish Cove…
Cara and Oliver face the agonising choice between following expectations, or following their hearts. How will their story end…?
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I’m really looking forward to this one – congratulations Kate!
About the author
Kate Ryder has worked in a number of industries including publishing, mainly as a proof-reader/copy editor and writer for a national newspaper, magazines and publishing houses. A member of the Romantic Novelists’ Association and the Society of Authors, she writes romantic suspense in which her characters often face challenging situations laced with moral dilemma.
Kate initially self-published two novels – The Forgotten Promise (a timeslip romance and mysterious ghost story) which was shortlisted for Choc Lit’s “Search for a Star” and also awarded a Chill with a Book “Book of the Month”; and Cry of the Gulls. In 2017, Aria (digital imprint of award-winning independent publisher, Head of Zeus) acquired Cry of the Gulls. Now published under a new title, Summer in a Cornish Cove made Kate a finalist for the 2018 Joan Hessayon Award.
Kate lives in a renovated 200-year-old sawmill in the beautiful Tamar Valley with her husband and a collection of animals.
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