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Time's Pendulum Swings Again

Jenny is working as a nurse when she meets Seb. She is young, living with her mother and has had a strict religious upbringing. Seb is a handsome and successful surgical registrar that Jenny is incapable of resisting his charms eventually falling in love with Seb.

They buy a flat and move into together much against Jenny's mother's wishes. It is then one day Seb confesses to Jenny that he is already married with two young boys.

Jenny is left heartbroken with her mother to pick up the pieces. It is now the story really hots up

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  1. STRAWBERRY MOON Joy M. Lilley

    Maisie has a happy childhood in the idyllic seaside town of Hythe in Kent, but one day she is upset to find herself being ogled by a revolting character, a bizarre and repugnant older man, who she encounters near Hythe’s scenic canal. She tells her parents and close friend James about this experience.
    Not long afterwards her father is made redundant and the family move to France, where he has found a job looking after a number of properties, belonging to mostly non-French people, some of whom are friendly and some not so. However, their accommodation is appalling, and they have to endure hardship in the near derelict house, which Maisie’s father hasn’t got time or money to repair.
    Maisie finds all the changes in her life daunting, but soon learns the language and settles down at school, but her older brother Dan is discontented, determined to return to England, disenchanted with this new Gallic life. Maisie and Dan befriend handsome local farmer Ralph Waterman, a rich, English ex-banker, who is separated from his wife.
    Unfortunately, the stress of the changes causes Maisie’s mother to become depressed and drink more than is healthy, her state of mind proving to be a serious worry for the family. Maisie’s concerns are not helped when she discovers via local gossip that her brother Dan is having an affair with a married local woman, and she advises him that this adulterous relationship is fraught with danger.
    Maisie is shocked when Ralph’s obnoxious brother Gangees arrives, and to her horror she recognises Gangees as the very same man who ogled her when she was a child living in Kent.
    As these various troubles begin for the family, Dan goes missing, and is soon discovered dead, and the police tell them he’s been murdered. Maisie suspects Gangees to be responsible, but the police will not listen to her suspicions, nor do they consider Dan’s lover’s husband to be a suspect, as he has an alibi for the time of the murder. And to make matters worse, because of the vagaries of French law, Dan’s family are not informed of any details of the ongoing investigation, even though Maisie makes friends with a senior police officer working on the case.
    The family’s difficulties escalate when Maisie’s mother becomes completely addicted to alcohol, unable to function normally, having to be admitted to a drying-out clinic against her will. Maisie, who suffers nightmares and mental problems herself, then loses her virginity to the handsome Ralph, with whom she is in love, even though he is much older than her and refuses to believe that his brother is socially unacceptable.
    Taking matters into her own hands, Maisie is determined to discover who murdered her brother and questions the woman he was having an affair with.
    The story continues in the sequel. . .


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