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Trisha Ashley


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Trisha Ashley is now a full-time novelist, but she has been known to work for stained glass makers and/or plumbers. She likes to paint, eat, drink, and read literary biographies. Her previous hobbies included getting divorced and packing to move. She claims to have once actually eaten Bronte burgers at the Branwell café, but her publisher declines to verify this. She lives in North Wales.

Genres: Romance
 
Series
Lancashire
   1. Sweet Nothings (2006)
     aka The Magic of Christmas
   2. A Winter's Tale (2008)
   3. Wedding Tiers (2009)
   4. Chocolate Wishes (2010)
   5. Twelve Days of Christmas (2010)
   6. Chocolate Shoes and Wedding Blues (2012)
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Novels
   Good Husband Material (2000)
   The Urge to Jump (2001)
     aka A Leap of Faith
   Every Woman for Herself (2002)
   Singled Out (2003)
     aka A Good Heart is Hard to Find
   The Generous Gardener (2004)
     aka Sowing Secrets
   Lord Rayven's Revenge (2007)
   Happy Endings (2008)
     aka Written From the Heart
   Wish Upon a Star (2013)
   Creature Comforts (2015)
   A Christmas Cracker (2015)
   The Little Teashop of Lost and Found (2017)
   The House of Hopes and Dreams (2018)
   The Christmas Invitation (2019)
   The Garden of Forgotten Wishes (2020)
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Omnibus
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Collections
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Novellas
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Trisha Ashley recommends
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The Silver Locket (2010)
(Charton Minster Trilogy, book 2)
Margaret James
"A dramatic, moving and intensely romantic story."
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With Love at Christmas (2012)
Carole Matthews
"A festive treat, full of joy and laughter."
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The Fall and Rise of Lucy Charlton (2013)
Elizabeth Gill
"Original and evocative -a born storyteller."
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We That Are Left (2014)
Juliet Greenwood
"Powerful and moving."
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Difficult Husbands (2014)
Mary De Laszlo
"The perfect Christmas treat."
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The Lemon Tree Cafe (2017)
(Lemon Tree Cafe)
Cathy Bramley
"Delightfully warm with plenty of twists and turns."
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A House for Mr. Misra (2017)
Jaishree Misra
"Delightful and warm, and will appeal to those who loved The Best Marigold Hotel."
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The Reading Group (2017)
(Reading Group)
Della Parker
"Brims with laughs, love, family and friendship. You will love this heartwarming read!."
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Murder on the Green (2018)
(Old Forge Cafe, book 2)
H V Coombs
"An irresistibly mouth-watering mix of sleuthery and cooking."
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The Garden House (2020)
Marcia Willett
"A warm and engaging read."

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