Christina-JonesChristina Jones

The only child of a schoolteacher and a circus clown, Christina Jones has been writing all her life. As well as writing novels, Christina contributes short stories and articles to many national magazines and newspapers. Her first novel was chosen for WH Smith’s Fresh Talent promotion and Nothing To Lose was short-listed for the Thumping Good Read Award, with film and television rights sold.

After years of travelling, Christina now lives in Oxfordshire with her husband Rob and a houseful of rescued cats.

Download to Kindle – Short Story Collections:

Bucolic Frolics – a selection of rural romps is on
https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B004UH7V5Q
and
Happy Ever After – a collection of – well – happy ever afters is on
https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B004UGPVH2

http://www.christinajones.co.uk/

Titles: Going The Distance (W.H. Smith Fresh Talent), Running The Risk, Stealing The Show(Oriel), Jumping To Conclusions, Walking On Air, Nothing To Lose, Tickled Pink (HarperCollins)Hubble Bubble, Seeing Stars, Love Potions, Heaven Sent, Happy Birthday, Moonshine. The Way To A Woman’s Heart , Never Can Say Goodbye(Piatkus)

Never Can Say Goodbye

jones-nevercansaygoodbyecoverresized190It looks, Frankie thought happily to herself, like a proper fabulous frock shop! Francesca Meredith has always had a penchant for vintage dresses. So when she inherits a retro dress shop in the quaint Berkshire village of Kingston Dapple, it’s better than winning the lottery. Life is just perfect for Frankie, but it’s about to get complicated when she sees a masculine vision setting up shop outside her door – heart-throb florist Dexter Valentine. As Frankie tries her best to make ‘Francesca’s Fabulous Frocks’ into a success, Dexter’s philandering proves the ultimate distraction. That is, until the village medium insists that Frankie’s shop is haunted and Frankie starts witnessing some very strange shenanigans. Will Dexter think she’s crazy? Will Frankie’s terribly ordinary life return to normal ever again? Does she even want it to. . .?I

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