Fiddler's Ferry

The Llewelyn family's livelihood largely depends on the ferry, run by Siona Llewelyn, the kindly yet rugged head of the family. The family is large but close knit, held together...

Spinner's Wharf

From the ashes of the war, can love blossom? Rhian Gray left her home in Sweyn’s Eye to make a life for herself in Yorkshire, where she learnt the skills of spinning and...

Proud Mary

Mary Jenkins has every reason to be proud; from humble beginnings, she has risen to become the overseer in the Canal Street laundry. But then Billy Gray, her sweetheart, is...

Sea Witch

When her grandmother dies, Catherine Llewellyn finds herself alone in the world. Her inheritance is a comfort, but her grandmother's will states she must go to the family home,...

Halfpenny Field

Jessie Price has travelled the drovers' roads from South Wales to London's Smithfield Market, and becomes a milkmaid in London. Her ambition to own her own dairy grows, and she is...

The Rowan Tree

When her beloved father dies, Manon Jenkins is left homeless and alone. She longs for Caradoc Jones, son of a famous Welsh cattle drover and, in desperation, she accepts a job as...

Act of Love

When Ella Burton takes a job as a lowly cleaner at the glamorous Palace theatre in Swansea, she is surprised by how quickly she takes to the job – it's as if she was born for a...

A Royal Ambition

King Henry V's beautiful widow, Catherine, is determined to marry Owen Tudor, a Welsh gentleman-at-arms. But her life decisions are not her own, overshadowed as she is by more...

Destiny's Child

Margaret Beaufort was rich, beautiful and just 13 years of age when she discovered that she carried the future King of England within her body. Forced to give him up as a web of...

Emerald

Charlotte knew nothing of her parents except that they'd died when she was a child. And when her aunt's will leaves no provision for her, Charlotte must leave the only home she's...

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