Copper to Red (Dillwyns' stories #2)

Copper to Red Dillwyns stories This is an easy read historical romance ideal for lazing around a pool on holiday At twenty eight Tom Dillwyn is content with life A wonderful family an enjoyable job at the market and plenty of at

  • Title: Copper to Red (Dillwyns' stories #2)
  • Author: Ceri Bladen
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 445
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • This is an easy read historical romance ideal for lazing around a pool on holiday At twenty eight, Tom Dillwyn is content with life A wonderful family, an enjoyable job at the market, and plenty of attention from the opposite sex The last thing Tom is looking for is change Licking her wounds after a divorce from her childhood sweetheart, Janet Dawkins Willow isThis is an easy read historical romance ideal for lazing around a pool on holiday At twenty eight, Tom Dillwyn is content with life A wonderful family, an enjoyable job at the market, and plenty of attention from the opposite sex The last thing Tom is looking for is change Licking her wounds after a divorce from her childhood sweetheart, Janet Dawkins Willow is back working at her parents pub, The Red Lion Being a divorc e makes Willow determined to keep her heart locked away from any further hurt When they un expectantly find themselves attracted to each other, both are determined not to act on it each for their own reasons Tom, because he wants nothing than a fling, and Willow, because she knows she could never trust her heart to someone with a reputation like Toms Fate, however, has different ideas as they are forced together, and apart, by unforeseen circumstances Will they be able to override these forces or will they both find happiness elsewhere

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    1. Copper to Red is the second book in Ceri Bladen’s Dyllwin Stories. The focus of this story is the relationship between the eldest Dyllwin son, Tom, and Janet Dawkins, whose height and lithesome figure earned her the nickname Willow while she was in school. Now Willow is a twenty-six-year old woman recovering from a failed marriage. She has returned to her hometown to start over and is working at her parent’s pub. At first, she and Tom Dyllwin share a mild flirtation until they both begin to [...]

    2. Adorable story, set in the 60's in a small town in Wales where everybody knows everybody and everyone loves a scandal.The story follows Tom, a single notorious playboy, and Willow, a divorcee with a broken heart after her husband left her for another woman. She runs a bar with her parents and he's one of their regulars. It doesn't take them long to realise they have feelings for each other, but he has never wanted to settle down, and she doesn't know if she can trust a man again- especially one [...]

    3. This was definitely an enjoyable read. Tom and Willow are both messes. Tom is struggling with his earned playboy reputation and the kinds of girls that attracts. When an old classmate, Willow, returns home after a heartbreaking divorce, he begins to see something different for himself. Willow is no longer one of the boys but his reputation precedes him when, after a night of passion, Willow decides he could never be what she needs. They can't stay apart for long but, just as things are starting [...]

    4. I am the author of 'Copper to Red'. After writing 'Copper', I wanted to write more about Ria's brother, Tom.I hope during the first book that I managed to capture Tom's love for his family and the ladies! Even though some of his behaviour mould Ria in a somewhat negative way, I tried to make sure that he still essentially had his family in his heart. Fast forward eight years and even though Tom is still enjoying single life, seeds are planted through various unexpected situations, finally making [...]

    5. The Red Lion, a pub where locals meet and relax and where much of this story occurs. Willow (not her real name but an indication of her physique) has returned home to help her parents run the pub after her husband left her for another woman.Along with his friends and family, Tom’s a regular patron at the Red Lion, a handsome, cruisy kinda guy who enjoys women and he’s not looking for anything serious particularly after just coming out of a two year relationship with Sarah. Gradually he becom [...]

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