Womens Fiction

Author: Jilly Cooper

Set against the glorious Cotswold countryside and the playgrounds of the world, Jilly Cooper’s Rutshire Chronicles, offer an intoxicating blend of skulduggery, swooning romance, sexual adventure and hilarious high jinks. Riders, the first and steamiest in the series, takes the lid off international showjumping, a sport where the brave horses are almost human, but the human….Read More

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Lysander Hawkley combined breathtaking good looks with the kindest of hearts. He couldn't pass a stray dog, an ill-treated horse, or a neglected wife without rushing to the rescue. And… Continue Reading Posted in: English Fiction, Man Woman Relationships


They called her Appassionata, though her real name was Abigail Rosen.  She was the sexiest, most flamboyant violinist on the music scene, adored by her fans and lusted after by men.  She… Continue Reading Posted in: Fiction, Romance, Women's Fiction


Ricky France-Lynch was moody, macho, and magnificent.He had a large crumbling estate, a nine-goal polo handicap, and a beautiful wife who was fair game for anyone with a cheque book.… Continue Reading Posted in: Contemporary Literature & Fiction, Fiction, Man Woman Relationships


Sir Robert Rannaldini, the most successful but most detested conductor in the world, has two ambitions: first, to seduce Tabitha, the ravishing nineteen-year-old daughter of his arch-rival, Rupert Campbell-Black; second,… Continue Reading Posted in: Man Woman Relationships, Production And Direction, Suspense Fiction


In Jilly Cooper’s latest, raciest novel, Rupert Campbell-Black takes centre stage in the cut-throat world of flat racing.,,Rupert is consumed by one obsession: that Love Rat, his adored grey horse,… Continue Reading Posted in: Fiction, Romance, Women's Fiction


If Emily hadn't gone to Annie Richmond's party, she would never have met the impossible irresistible Rory Balniel - never have married him and been carried off to the wild… Continue Reading Posted in: England, Fiction, Love Stories

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