The Fairbairn Fortunes

      Una-Mary Parker

The Fairbairn Fortunes

For lovers of Downton Abbey.
In this dazzling stand-alone sequel to The Fairbairn Girls, a new generation of the Fairbairn family must confront – and overcome – life's difficulties as war looms.
1913: The aristocratic Fairbairns are reunited for Christmas when Lady Rothbury's daughter Diana invites the whole family to her estate. Laura, now a successful dressmaker, is the first to arrive with her daughter, Caroline, followed by Lady Rothbury, her five other daughters and their families.
But as the New Year approaches, the family's happy reunion is about to be shattered. Affairs, war and tragedy are all on the horizon for the Fairbairn girls, who must negotiate new heartbreak and hardship. Will Caroline, who shows great talent as a ballet dancer, find her moment to shine? Are separations as irrevocable as they appear? Love, loss, forgiveness and joy thread through the lives of the Fairbairn family – but who will get their happy ending?
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    The Fairbairn Girls

      Una-Mary Parker

The Fairbairn Girls

1891: The rich, aristocratic Fairbairn family have occupied Lochlee Castle in Argyllshire for the past five hundred years, and the current head of the family, the Earl of Rothbury, along with his wife, sons and daughters, all seem set for a happy future, until they fall victim to a wicked curse. Soon it seems the whole family is doomed, with tragedy and heartbreak around every corner. Can the surviving Fairbairns show bravery in adversity and carve out happy and successful lives, against all odds?
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    The Granville Sisters

      Una-Mary Parker

The Granville Sisters

Will even one of these sisters emerge from the war with a victory of the heart?
The Granville sisters enjoy a life of privilege in 1930s Mayfair. When war is declared, the love lives of the Granville girls suffer. Rosie's husband is killed during the Blitz. Then Lousie falls in love with Jack, a sixteen-year-old evacuee from the slums of London. When she falls pregnant, she is sent to Wales in disgrace. The girls? mother, Liza, can only pin her hopes on Charlotte now . . .
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