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The Country Set

Fiona Walker

Publisher: Head of Zeus

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Summary

They say you should never go back. 
 
But this is exactly what ravishing Ronnie Ledwell does, twenty-five years after she scandalized the Cotswold village of Compton Magna by abandoning husband and children for her lover. But her father's famous stud farm has seen better days. Faithful Lester, the gifted stallion man, has guarded Ronnie's secrets for three decades, but can they both forgive and forget the past? Meanwhile, charismatic Kit Donne can't stand the sight of the woman who so reminds him of his beloved late wife. Greedily eyeing up the estate is sexy Bay Austen, a man who usually gets what he wants. Can Ronnie stand in his way? 
 
In a village riven with affairs, rivalries and scandals, Ronnie's unexpected return, with all its glamour and mystique, sets in motion a drama from which there will be no turning back. 
 
'Fans of the sex-and-horses rural romp will feel right at home with this pleasing doorstop of a novel' Daily Mail. 
 
'Filled with intrigue, romance and drama ... This is a must-read' Cotswold Life.

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