The charming and romantic first novel by Kate Fenton, set on the Yorkshire Moors. Frankie Cleverdon is there to paint. Alone and away from it all in a cottage buried in the North Yorkshire Moors. Away from the fretfulnes of London. And away from men and a messy love life. So when she sees the lone fisherman from her window, she sees a figure to be painted into a landscape. This bumbling man is absolutely not her type, but it is through Ned Cowper that she finds herself introduced to her neighbours in the valley - who she soons discovers are dangerous to know. And through Ned too she learns - painfully - that a worldly, witty and quite wise woman can still find she had fallen in love with the most unlikely of men.... sit down and pen symphonies faster than other people could copy them out precisely because he was not consciously making them ... a#39;Well, he has to be, doesna#39;t he, to be with all these citytypes who dona#39;t know a shotgun from a peashooter.
|Title||:||The Colours of Snow|
|Publisher||:||Hachette UK - 2012-08-30|