Lorna Peel is an author of contemporary and historical romantic fiction. She has had work published in three Irish magazines – historical articles on The Stone of Scone in ‘Ireland’s Own’, on The Irish Potato Famine in the ‘Leitrim Guardian’, and Lucy’s Lesson, a contemporary short story in ‘Woman’s Way’.
Lorna was born in England and lived in North Wales until her family moved to Ireland to become farmers, which is a book in itself! She lives in rural Ireland, where she write, researches her family history, and grows fruit and vegetables. She also keeps chickens (and a Guinea Hen who now thinks she’s a chicken!).
Abandoned on the steps of a church-run children's home, Rachel has always wondered about her birth mother, but searching for someone who doesn't want to be found seems hopeless. When she meets clergyman, Matthew Williams, anonymous and frightening attempts begin threatening their relationship. Are these actions connected to the mysterious events surrounding Rachel’s abandonment?
London, 3 September 1939: War is inevitable. Into this turmoil steps Kate Sheridan, newly arrived from Ireland in search of work. She meets the notorious womaniser Flight Lt Charlie Butler sparks fly, but tries igorning her feelings. Charlie has no intention of getting involved, but Kate shatters his resolve. Should he allow his heart to rule his head and fall for her while there is a war to fight?
Jane Hollinger is a qualified genealogist, teaching family history evening classes. When she discovers a late enroller for the class is her all-time favourite actor and huge crush, Robert Armstrong, she’s stunned. Even more stunning is the fact Robert is interested in her. He’s everything she ever dreamed of, but can she overcome her fear of living in the public eye to be with the man she loves?