Eve Edwards is an award-winning author. She lives in Oxford and is married with three children. www.eve-edwards.com
Dawn is the sequel to Dusk, the epic wartime romance by Eve Edwards London Paddington Station 22 October 1916 Sebastian reached in his pocket for the portrait of Helen he had drawn only last year. 'I'm looking for a young lady who came through here late last night.' In the midst of the First World War Helen Sanford, a young nurse, has disappeared. Sebastian Trewby is determined to find her so that he can protect her before his flight squadron calls him back for duty. Helen knows that if Sebastian discovers her it could ruin him. Society wants to persecute her for her German heritage and she is threatened at every turn. Her only hope lies with those that love her, and the authorities are closing in... [praise for DUSK] 'This is a book that is heartbreaking and romantic, a book that will tug at your heartstrings and make you think about it long after you close the last page.' Goodreads reviewer 'I could say so much more in praise of this novel, but really, I think it would be better if I just said this: Read 'Dusk', I don't think you will be disappointed.' Amazon reviewer
England, 1582 ELLIE - Lady Eleanor Rodriguez of San Jaime - is in possession of a gold-seeking father, a worthless title and a feisty spirit that captivates the elite of the Queen's court, and none other than the handsome new Earl of Dorset . . . WILLIAM LACEY has inherited his father's title and his financial ruin. Now the Earl must seek a wealthy heiress and restore his family's fortune. But Will's head has been turned by the gorgeous Ellie, yet their union can never be. Will is destined to marry a worthy Lady so the only question is - which one . . . ?