Resisting MR Rochester (Paperback)
Real life isn't like a Bronte novel... Cara Truelove has always been a romantic, burying her head in books and dreaming of being swept off her feet by her very own Bront hero. When she was a gullible teenager, she believed boyfriend Seth to be a modern-day brooding Heathcliff. Fourteen years later, when Seth has proved to be more like Homer Simpson, Cara vows never to fall in love again, and turns her back on romance for good. Leaving Seth behind, Cara secures a job as nanny at Moreland Hall on the Yorkshire Moors, but is shocked to discover her new employer is none other than the tall, dark, and disturbingly handsome Mr Rochester. Her resolve to be more level-headed is soon tested when strange things begin to happen at Moreland Hall. Why is Mr Rochester's mother hidden away upstairs? What are the strange noises she hears from the attic? Why is the housekeeper so reluctant to leave her on her own? And where is Mr Rochester's mysterious wife? As events unfold, Cara knows she must keep a cool head, curb her imagination - and resist Mr Rochester at all costs. After all, one Bront hero in a lifetime is more than enough for any woman. Two would be downright greedy. Wouldn't it?
About the Author
Sharon writes heartwarming love stories set in beautiful Yorkshire. Her books are romantic but fun, and a happy ending for her main characters is guaranteed - though she makes them work for it! As well as full-length novels she has written pocket novels for DC Thomson, and several of her "Fabrian Books' Feel-Good Novels" have also been published in large-print format by Ulverscroft, as part of their Linford Romance Library. Her short story, The Other Side of Christmas, was included in the Winter Tales anthology - a collection of seasonal stories by popular writers, in aid of The Cystic Fibrosis Trust and The Teenage Cancer Trust. Her 2017 novel, Resisting Mr Rochester, was awarded a Chill with a Book Readers' Award. Sharon lives in East Yorkshire with her husband and their dog. She is one tenth of The Write Romantics and a member of the Romantic Novelists' Association and the Alliance of Independent Authors. She has a love/hate relationship with chocolate, is a devoted Whovian, adores Cary Grant movies, and admits to being prone to all-consuming crushes on fictional heroes. When she's not writing, she spends as much time as possible getting her money's worth from her membership of English Heritage.