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  • Published: 30 June 2011
  • ISBN: 9781446436387
  • Imprint: Transworld Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 560
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The Kitchen Maid




The brilliant saga about love, death and courage from the much-loved storyteller Val Wood, released now in a brand new package.If you like Katie Flynn and Dilly Court, you'll love this heartwarming story of triumph over adveristy.

Jenny is determined to make her own way in the world, and she secures a job as the kitchen maid in a grand house in Yorkshire. Gradually, she gains the attention of the young master of the house, and they fall in love.But their hopes and dreams turn to nightmares, culminating in a scandal that will force Jenny to leave behind everything she knows.

Cast aside by her own family, Jenny faces many difficulties until an usual promise changes the course of her life. Jenny the kitchen maid becomes the mistress of her own grand house. Although she tries to fit in with this new world, however, she never forgets the words that the gypsy told her: that one day she will return to where she was once happy - and discover her true love . . .If you've liked books by Katie Flynn and Dilly Court, you'll love Val's heartwarming stories of triumph over adversity.

  • Published: 30 June 2011
  • ISBN: 9781446436387
  • Imprint: Transworld Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 560
Categories:

About the author

Val Wood

Since winning the Catherine Cookson Prize for Fiction for her first novel, The Hungry Tide, Val Wood has become one of the most popular authors in the UK.

Born in the mining town of Castleford, Val came to East Yorkshire as a child and has lived in Hull and rural Holderness where many of her novels are set. She now lives in the market town of Beverley.

When she is not writing, Val is busy promoting libraries and supporting many charities. In 2017 she was awarded an honorary doctorate by the University of Hull for service and dedication to literature.

Find out more about Val Wood's novels by visiting her website: www.valeriewood.co.uk

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Praise for The Kitchen Maid

A good romance with plenty of twists and turns

Bradford Telegraph & Argus

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