Village Scandal
Dilly Court, Read by Annie Aldington

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Narrated By: Annie Aldington

Duration: 11 hours and 12 minutes

What to expect

The No.1 Sunday Times bestselling book!

The second book in the dramatic new Village Secrets trilogy from the Sunday Times bestselling author – the perfect, uplifting book to curl up with.

It was her wedding day… the roses and bluebells were blooming and their sweet-scent was filling the air, so why did Daisy feel the cold fingers of fear run down her spine?
 
Spring in the village, April 1869
 
It’s spring in Little Creek and wedding bells are ringing. After their hasty marriage the Christmas before, Daisy is overjoyed to be finally marrying dashing Jay properly, in front of the whole village.
 
But then, on the evening of their wedding, amid the festivities, Jay disappears. Daisy doesn’t know if Jay is dead or alive, if she’s his wife or his widow. And what’s more, without her husband, she has no means of supporting herself or her household.
 
Refusing to give up hope, Daisy must draw on all her strength and courage – after all, she has people who depend on her. But the secret of Jay's disappearance is more scandalous that she could have ever imagined…

Don’t miss the latest spellbinding story from Dilly Court – the sequel to The Christmas Wedding!

Genre

Historical romance, Generational sagas

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Praise for Dilly Court:

‘Feisty female characters to fall in love with in a spirited, adventurous novel’ Sunday Express

‘Dilly Court’s latest novel is another page-turner that will keep you gripped to the end – 5 stars’ The People’s Friend

‘As always Dilly keeps you absorbed right to the end’ Choice

‘A rollicking, fast-paced adventure with a hint of romance!’ My Weekly

‘Spellbinding . . . you just keep turning the pages’ Daily Mail

‘A fast-paced, riveting read’ Sunday Express

‘A heart-warming, fast-paced story that will keep you gripped till the end’ The People’s Friend

‘Feisty female characters to fall in love with in a spirited, adventurous novel’ Sunday Express

‘Atmospheric, vivid and compelling’ My Weekly

‘An excellent, well-researched read’ People’s Friend

‘Perfect for Downton Abbey fans … heart-tugging’ Peterborough Telegraph