Friday 16 February 2024

Can Jenna decide where her allegiances lie before her worlds collide and an even deadlier foe takes everything from her?


The Thief's Daughter
(Cornish Tales Book 1)
By Victoria Cornwall

Publication Date: 9th January 2024
Publisher: Choc Lit Historical Romance: A Joffe Books Company
Page Length: 342 Pages
Genre: Historical Romance

Cornwall, 1779.

Brought up in a family of thieves and smugglers, spirited Jenna has never wanted to enter into the family business. Instead, she’s made it her mission to prove that not all Cartwrights are the same.

After she escapes a brutal marriage, she takes up a position in the house of Jack Penhale. But trouble is never far behind.

Silas, the only brother who has ever looked out for her, is sent to a squalid debtor’s prison. He asks Jenna for help, and she is unable to refuse.

Jenna begins leading a double life. By day she serves as Jack’s unassuming housekeeper. By night she wades deeper into the dangerous world of smuggling.

But Jenna’s not the only one leading a double life.

Jack is a thief-taker in Cornwall to get revenge for his father’s death and uncover who is behind a vicious smuggling ring.

Jenna and Jack are natural-born enemies.

And the fire that ignites instantly between them threatens to burn them both.

Can Jenna decide where her allegiances lie before her worlds collide and an even deadlier foe takes everything from her?

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Victoria Cornwall

Following a career in nursing, a change in profession finally provided Victoria Cornwall the time to write. Her books have subsequently reached the finals of the NEW TALENT AWARD at the Festival of Romantic Fiction, the RNA's JOAN HESSAYON AWARD, the 2021 RNA's Goldsboro Books HISTORICAL ROMANTIC NOVEL AWARD and have twice been nominated for the RONE Best Indie or Small Published Book Award by InD'tale magazine.

Victoria grew up on a farm in Cornwall and can trace her Cornish roots as far back as the 18th century. It is this background and heritage which is the inspiration for her Cornish based novels. She is married, has two grown up children and likes to read and write historical romance with a strong background story, but at its heart is the unmistakable emotion, even pain, of loving someone.

 She is a member of the Romantic Novelists’ Association.

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