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Cathy Bramley

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After four years of flinging herself round the dancefloors of Nottingham's nightspots, British author Cathy Bramley somehow managed to get an honours degree in business.
She then plunged herself into the corporate world of marketing, working on high-powered projects such as testing the firing range of SuperSoaker water guns and perfecting the weeing action of Tiny Tears until deciding in 1995 to set up her own marketing agency.

She now lives in an idyllic Nottinghamshire village with her husband, two daughters and a dog called Pearl.

Genres: Romance
Cathy Bramley recommends
The Cosy Teashop in the Castle (2016)
(Cosy Teashop in the Castle, book 1)
Caroline Roberts
"Oodles of charm, it’s pure escapism."
The Big Little Wedding in Carlton Square (2017)
(Carlton Square, book 1)
Lilly Bartlett
"Full of fun… I loved it."
It Started with a Tweet (2017)
Anna Bell
"Had me smiling from start to finish. It was a joy to read; smart, witty and completely fresh."
A Home at Honeysuckle Farm (2018)
Christie Barlow
"Well-observed, highly-relatable and wickedly-funny."
Never Greener (2018)
Ruth Jones
"Heart-rending, provocative and astutely written, Never Greener is a love story about getting what you want and losing everything you need. Ruth’s characters will stay with me for a long time."
How to Keep a Secret (2018)
Sarah Morgan
"I absolutely adored it."
Somewhere Beyond the Sea (2018)
Miranda Dickinson
"Family secrets, forgiveness, unlikely friendships and learning to love again . . . Searching For A Silver Lining is a story that touched my heart. I totally adored it."
My Sisters And Me (2018)
Lisa Dickenson
"Sprinkled with humour, warmth . . . and the characters sparkled."
One Thousand Stars and You (2018)
Isabelle Broom
"Her beautiful writing is romantic and evocative and totally transported me to paradise."
Sunset Over the Cherry Orchard (2018)
Jo Thomas
"Jo's trademark warmth and wit sing from the page . . . I adored it!"
Betsy and Lilibet (2018)
Sophie Duffy
"A charming and funny look at family, loyalty and love during the Queen’s reign. I think Her Majesty would approve."
New Beginnings at the Star and Sixpence (2018)
(New Beginnings at the Star and Sixpence, book 1)
Holly Hepburn
"Warm, witty and laced with intriguing secrets! I want to pull up a bar stool, order a large G&T and soak up all the gossip at the Star and Sixpence!'"
Finding Hope at Hillside Farm (2018)
Rachael Lucas
"Such a joy! Spending time within the pages of a Rachael Lucas book is like coming home."
A Postcard From Italy (2019)
Alex Brown
"Enchanting and wonderfully romantic."
Escape to Giddywell Grange (2019)
Kim Nash
"Romantic, uplifting and full of heart."

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