A heartwarming, feel-good romance. Voted -Most Romantic Love Scene Ever- by readers of Love, Romances, and More One rainy day in London, Wyoming man Kurt Bold walks into an antique shop off the King's Road and straight into the dreams of its owner, Penny Rosas. Kurt certainly looks every inch the cowboy hero...but he soon brings Penny's dreams to earth with a thump. His job is in the logical world of finance - and as far as Kurt is concerned, romance is just for dreamers. But when Kurt hires Penny to help refurbish his Victorian house near Richmond Park, it's t long before the logical heart he has guarded so carefully is opening up to new emotions, in a most disturbing way... Praise for The Antique Love -A lovely, romantic, evocative and sweet romance- Goodreads reviewer -A beautiful tale of sweet unexpected love- Kaylas Place Reviews -A wonderful and heart-warming contemporary romance that you won't be able to put down until the very last page.- Amazon reviewer -READ THIS BOOK! It's beautiful and it reads the way a romance should. BRAVO Ms.Fairfax, an astounding job.- Amazon reviewer -Left me smiling like an idiot in the most delightful way.- Clean Romance Reviews -What a lovely book!- Netgalley reviewer -This is a great sweet romance. I'm glad it was sent my way.- Hot off the Shelves reviews -A deeply romantic read which affirms the power of love- Tina Williams, A Reader's Review
Helena Fairfax was born in Uganda and came to England as a child. She's grown used to the cold now, and these days she lives in an old Victorian mill town in Yorkshire, in the north of England. After many years working in factories and dark, satanic mills, Helena has turned to writing full-time. Her first novel, The Silk Romance, was a contender for the Romantic Novelists' Association New Writers' Scheme Award and a runner-up in the Global Ebook Awards. Since then, Helena has written lots more stories, and she was recently a finalist in the Exeter Novel Prize. In her spare time, Helena walks the Yorkshire moors every day with her rescue dog, finding this romantic landscape the perfect place to dream up her heroes and her happy endings. You can find out more about Helena on her blog at www.helenafairfax.com, or on Twitter @helenafairfax.