The lovely Jane Cable is my guest and this week’s Top Author! Jane and I help run The Romantic Novelists’ Association, reader and writer book group on Facebook, with some other authors, which is a lot of fun. You can join the group here: Romantic Fiction Book Club.
Jane Cable writes contemporary romance with a twist of mystery and a nod over the shoulder to the past. Having published her first novel, the award-winning The Cheesemaker’s House, independently she is now signed to Sapere Books. Her first two titles for them look back to World War Two; Another You to a tragedy during the D-Day practices in Dorset, and Endless Skies to Polish airman flying from Lincolnshire for Bomber Command.
Although Welsh by birth Jane lives in Cornwall with her husband of twenty-five years. Under normal circumstances they love to travel (the holiday photo is from Orkney, but could just as well have been a US National Park, Burgundy, Iceland, The Maldives…), but have spent most of 2020 walking in their adopted county. According to her phone, since the beginning of the lockdowns Jane has clocked up around 1,200 miles.
Follow Jane on Twitter @JaneCable or find out more about her books at www.janecable.com
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As archaeologist Rachel excavates a World War Two airfield, could a love story from the past hold a lesson for her as well?
After yet another disastrous love affair Rachel has been forced to leave her long-term position for a temporary role as an Archaeology Lecturer at Lincoln University. Rachel has sworn off men and is determined to spend her time away clearing her head and sorting her life out. But when one of her students begins flirting with her, it seems she could be about to make the same mistakes again.
She distracts herself by taking on some freelance work for local property developer, Jonathan Daubney. He introduces her to an old Second World War RAF base. And from her very first visit something about it gives Rachel chills.
As Rachel makes new friends and delves into local history, she is also forced to confront her own troubled past. Could a wartime love story have any bearing on her own situation? Could this time be different?