Susan Giles

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Déjà Vu

‘Please let me go,’ she repeated. He silenced her protestations with a kiss, felt his hackles rising at her invigorated attempt to break free. He had never coerced her before, but her resistance, far from being a dampener to his desire, was in fact adding to his ardour. He did not want to stop. He couldn’t stop. Catherine is celebrating her thirtieth birthday when her life takes a dramatic turn; her rival Anna, a woman with loose morals, triggers a quarrel between Catherine and her partner Alexander. Following the party, Alexander sexually assaults Catherine, propelling her on a journey in search of a new beginning. Fleeing to Cornwall, Catherine experiences a feeling of déjà vu when she meets a fisherman named Christopher Armstrong. Prompted by this sentiment, she allows a relationship to begin, with the intention of it being platonic. Armstrong, however, has other ideas. As Catherine finds herself more attracted to the Cornish fisherman, she discovers that she still harbours feelings for her first love – a young fisherman called Christopher... Upon discovering that this modern-day Christopher is much less than the gentleman she initially thought he was, Catherine finds herself completely isolated – and in mortal danger...

The Primrose Path

Eloise James was still in school when she met the love of her life, her teacher, Paul Bridgestock. With an age gap of twelve years between them, the couple faced separation. But against the odds, Paul successfully allayed the concerns of the school authorities, and the friendship was allowed to continue. Love flourished and Paul was eventually accepted by Eloise’s parents as a prospective son-in-law. However, following the sudden death of his wife and facing the prospect of a lonely future, Eloise’s father forbade her from further contact with Paul. Paul was killed in a car crash soon after, thus ending all prospect of a future reconciliation. There would now be no wedding, no children… Eloise’s life seemed over. Now it's the future and no-one can match up, even her latest love Geoffrey. When a suicide attempt takes her back in time to the day Paul was killed, the two lovers meet again. But is she destined to save him from the crash... Or must she learn to let go? Susan weaves an intricate thread of history throughout the tale, creating a story that is both heart warming and heart rending, a tale of love and time travel reminiscent of Audrey Niffenegger’s The Time Traveller’s Wife.

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