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Story Snip from Larksong: Interlude! plus Kait Nolan and World Wide Knit in Public Day

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ack to the Highlands! One Fine Night by Kait Nolan As a Royal Marine, I've taken on countless missions, but navigating life as a civilian might be the biggest challenge of all. I need to stay focused and figure out what the hell I'm doing with this early retirement. Then she crosses my path. A stranger on a train, she instantly captures my imagination. A beautiful, vibrant distraction I didn't know I needed. And maybe something more... When my charming companion faces unwanted advances, I step in, pretending to be her boyfriend. But the connection between us is too real to be an act. What might have been only a brief encounter turns into an unforgettable night as we both find far more than we were looking for, if only we both have the courage to hold on. This delightful prequel starts off so gradually, you feel like you're in for the long haul with the characters. And it's love at first sight, which I adore. Then comes the twist, and it's believab

IWSG Day, Larksong Snips to Date, Lambs!

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nsecure Writer's Support Group Day! I don't have a Larksong snip today! We're so close to the end. Here's what's been happening... Larksong is set in a lakeside town on the outskirts of Montreal, in July 1914. Here's where it all began... In chapters 1 to 10, Alice arrives at the family cottage following her grandmother's funeral, to take care of her grandmother's aviary--only to find that her parents have already leased the cottage to another prominent Montreal family. The only way she can have one final summer in her favourite place is to surreptitiously take on the role of governess to the two young girls. Gradually, she bonds with them, and eases into her feigned position. Then she learns that their older brother George, laid up with a broken leg, will be staying as well, for rest and recuperation. Upon his arrival, Alice keeps up her governess role as best she can. She finds George attractive and interesting--but also unbearably entit

Story Snip from Larksong: Chapter 37 and World Wide Knit in Public Day

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arksong is so close to the end! Larksong is set in a lakeside town on the outskirts of Montreal, in July 1914. In chapters 1 to 10, Alice arrives at the family cottage following her grandmother's funeral, to take care of her grandmother's aviary--only to find that her parents have already leased the cottage to another prominent Montreal family. The only way she can have one final summer in her favourite place is to surreptitiously take on the role of governess to the two young girls. Gradually, she bonds with them, and eases into her feigned position. Then she learns that their older brother George, laid up with a broken leg, will be staying as well, for rest and recuperation. Upon his arrival, Alice keeps up her governess role as best she can. She finds George attractive and interesting--but also unbearably entitled. They can't seem to stop arguing over everything--including the rumours of political events in Europe. As they spend their evenings together over c

Story Snip from Larksong: Chapter 36 and Baking Class 3 with Samba Schutte!

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arksong is nearly at an end! Soundtrack for today's snip comes from The Sami Sisters: Larksong is set in a lakeside town on the outskirts of Montreal, in July 1914. In chapters 1 to 10, Alice arrives at the family cottage following her grandmother's funeral, to take care of her grandmother's aviary--only to find that her parents have already leased the cottage to another prominent Montreal family. The only way she can have one final summer in her favourite place is to surreptitiously take on the role of governess to the two young girls. Gradually, she bonds with them, and eases into her feigned position. Then she learns that their older brother George, laid up with a broken leg, will be staying as well, for rest and recuperation. Upon his arrival, Alice keeps up her governess role as best she can. She finds George attractive and interesting--but also unbearably entitled. They can't seem to stop arguing over everything--including the rumours of political eve