Has she already met The One? What if Mr Right had come along at the wrong time...?
Evie Grant is forty-five years old, a widow, and single mum of two children about to leave the nest. Suddenly alone in the family home, Evie realizes she hates her job, hardly goes out and hasn't had a date since who knows when...
So it feels like fate when the opportunity arises for a girls trip to New York City. Staying with her sister on the Upper East Side, Evie is enchanted by a snow-covered city consumed by preparing for Christmas.
Bobble hat firmly on, Evie is walking through the city one day when she bumps into Daniel Roberts, Hollywood heartthrob and one-time boyfriend of hers.
It's now or never for Evie – but she open her heart to the possibility of a new beginnings and true happiness once again...?
Funny, real and wonderfully romantic, this is the perfect feel-good read to keep you warm this winter!
Praise for Jane Lacey-Crane:
'A beautifully written, emotional tale that will have you captivated from the off!' Rach.
'A story which made me feel all fuzzy inside and smiley on the outside from the first page right up until the end' SC.
'Fantastic read, good storyline, great twists and flowed well ... My only complaint is that i got no housework done today as i couldn't put my kindle down!'
'An outstanding debut from a writer we're sure to hear more from! By turns funny, and heart-wrenching, it rarely takes anything for granted, and it gives us some laugh-out-loud moments too!' Mycroft.
Born in London, Jane's writing career began in cable TV, writing true crime documentaries. More recently, Jane has contributed to an anthology of short stories and written two weekly crime serials. When she's not writing, Jane loves to read good books, binge watch TV boxsets and drink tea. And wine.
Rosie-Lee's owner Abby is a woman without a plan... and her beloved little cafe is a business with a serious lack of customers. The Rosie Lee's fry-up is legendary, but cooked breakfasts alone - however perfectly sizzled the bacon - aren't going to pay the bills.
Fast approaching forty and fighting a serious case of empty nest syndrome, Abby realises it's not just her menu that needs a makeover. And when Jack Chance, her The One That Got Away, saunters through the cafe doors and back into her life things definitely look set to change...
Abby has always believed a cup of strong builders tea makes everything better, but Jack's reappearance is a complication even the trusty sausage sarnie can't resolve...
If you enjoy Debbie Johnson, Jill Mansell and Jane Fallon, you'll love Secrets and Tea at Rosie Lee's, a frank, funny, feel-good look at grown-up life and love - as it really happens!
I'll do whatever I have to do. Drop to my knees and offer her the only thing I have left. The one thing that’s only ever been hers—the heart of the devil.
Heart of the Devil is the third book in the Forge Trilogy and should be read after Deal with the Devil (book 1) and Luck of the Devil (book 2). All three books in the Forge Trilogy are available to devour now!