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It's 1820s Edinburgh. Since losing their parents, Kate and Andrew have been living with their cold-hearted aunt and uncle within the vaults of the city's South Bridge. Worked relentlessly by day and tormented at night, Kate has little chance to dream of the future until the day Richard Hope walks into her life. Wealthy, upper-class and studying to become a doctor, Richard knows that he and Kate come from very different worlds, but as soon as he lays eyes upon her, he knows she is the girl for him. Instantly smitten, Richard vows to do whatever it takes to spend his time with her. Set against a richly evoked historical background, "One Sweet Moment" beautifully captures the struggle of young love to survive against all odds.
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'Ladies, set aside a whole evening because stopping isn't an option for this incredibly evocative, heart-wrenching story that asks whether love can conquer all' Shari Low, Daily RecordAbout the Author:
Maggie Craig is a historian and published Scottish writer. She has written three full-length works on Scottish history, including the acclaimed Damn’ Rebel Bitches: The Women of the ’45. She has also published several page-turning historical novels set in her native Glasgow and Edinburgh.
Her works also include numerous magazine and newspaper articles, mostly on Scottish history. Before turning to full-time writing, she worked as a translator and Blue Badge Scottish Tourist Guide. A popular speaker around Scotland’s libraries and book festivals, Craig served two terms on the Society of Authors in Scotland committee.
Her most recent novel, Gathering Storm, is a tale of Jacobite intrigue and romance in 1740s Edinburgh. The sequel, Dance to the Storm, will be published in the spring of 2016.
Maggie Craig and her husband have two children and live in the north of Scotland. She is a devoted tea drinker and keen amateur photographer.
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