A Champion Street Market Saga Series 3 Books Collection Set By Freda LightFoot (Putting on the Style,Fools Fall in Love,That'll be the Day)
A Champion Street Market Saga Series 3 Books Collection Set By Freda LightFoot (Putting on the Style,Fools Fall in Love,That'll be the Day)
A Champion Street Market Saga Series 3 Books Collection Set By Freda LightFoot (Putting on the Style,Fools Fall in Love,That'll be the Day)

A Champion Street Market Saga Series 3 Books Collection Set By Freda LightFoot (Putting on the Style,Fools Fall in Love,That'll be the Day)

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Titles In this Set:
Fools Fall in Love 
Putting on the Style 
That'll be the Day

Fools Fall in Love
When Patsy talks her way into a job on the Champion Street Market millinery stall, the Higginson sisters get more than they bargained for.

Riddled with insecurities, Patsy's impudence wins her new enemies as well as friends and her determination to solve the riddle of her own past starts to unravel secrets Annie and Clara would much rather keep hidden.

Meanwhile, Molly Poulson hasn't a care in the world until her two daughters both fall in love with the wrong man. But the more Molly interferes, the more danger looms.

Putting on the Style 
Folk are just emerging from the shadow of WWII and money is still tight. So the vibrant market of Champion Street is a source of many a tempting bargain - as well as all the local gossip.

Dena loves her Saturday job at Belle Garside's market café, and her ready smile makes her a universal favourite. She is soon in thrall to Belle's two good-looking and dangerous sons. But fate has other plans in store when her younger brother is killed by a gang of thugs.

Only when it is far too late does Dena begin to ask herself one terrifying question: has she fallen in love with her brother's killer?

That'll be the Day
Working on their busy flower stall in Champion Street Market, Lynda and her mother, Betty, have lots of opportunities to observe their customers and speculate about their lives.

Sam regularly buys bouquets for his wife, Judy, so why does she always look so worn out and miserable? Then there's Leo, who comes every week for flowers for his mother, but has never bought so much as a rosebud for his elegant wife.

As for Lynda's father, he ran off long ago, so is it any wonder that she has such a low opinion of men? But could all that really be about to change?

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