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About Hannah Ellis
Hannah Ellis spent many years working in childcare before deciding she'd like to write books. When she's not busy writing she likes to read, drink tea and eat chocolate. She also enjoys yoga and jogging.
Currently, Hannah is working on continuing both the Loch Lannick and Hope Cove series. The publication schedule for 2021 is as follows:
February 2021 – Finding Hope at the Loch (Loch Lannick book 7)
May 2021 – Winter Wishes in Hope Cove (Hope Cove book 7)
July 2021 – Fragile Hearts by the Loch (Loch Lannick book 8)
September 2021 – There's Something about Scarlett (Hope Cove book 8)
November 2021 – New Arrivals at the Loch (Loch Lannick book 9)
(Titles and dates subject to change.)
Hannah has also written a series of children's books under the pen name, Hannah Sparks. The popular 'Land of Stars' series is aimed at children aged 5 - 9 years.
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What happens when you meet the right person, at the right time, in the wrong place?
Twenty-two-year-old Leana Mackenzie is looking for adventure. Full of excitement, she leaves her home in a remote Scottish village and heads for the bright city lights.
In Edinburgh she meets Alasdair – a cute and charming singer/songwriter. As their relationship develops everything feels perfect.
But as the sparkle of her new life begins to fade, Leana finds herself longing for her cosy home on the Isle of Skye, and the close-knit family she left behind.
When Alasdair is offered the career opportunity of a lifetime, Leana is left even more confused. Now, she must choose between a high-flying life as the girlfriend of a celebrity – or returning home to her safe, predictable life.
Home is where the heart is … but what happens when the heart is pulled in two different directions?
Three years of marriage, then they’ll go their separate ways…
Scarlett Mercer dreams of starting her own publishing company. But with no way to finance university, she might be stuck working in her aunt’s café indefinitely.
When a chance encounter leads her to an extreme solution, she’s desperate enough to go through with it. Even if it means marrying a guy she’s only just met.
What she doesn’t factor into her plans is how easily she gets overwhelmed. Soon, she’s struggling to navigate university life while living with a guy she barely knows.
Meanwhile, Fraser Graham is trying to figure out what it is about Scarlett that mesmerised him so much that he agreed to marry her.
When he realises what it is that makes her so different to anyone he’s ever met, the revelation leaves him reeling …
Will Scarlett manage to fulfil her dreams? And as sparks begin to fly, will their marriage end up being more than just convenient?
While this is the eighth book in the Hope Cove series it can also be enjoyed as a standalone novel.
Meanwhile, Elspeth is determined to salvage her relationship with Rory. After almost losing him, she’ll do whatever it takes to ensure they get things right this time.
Over in Portree, Jess is hopeful that her streak of bad luck with relationships is over. At least until Gary’s teenage niece causes ripples in their budding romance.
When a spate of crimes brings Dale under scrutiny, the locals speculate over his mysterious past, leaving tensions high in the normally peaceful Lannick…
Sometimes the road to happiness is longer than we’d like …
At fourteen, Isla Mackenzie has her life all planned out. She’s going to be an artist and marry her best friend, Logan.
Logan Donnell also has a plan. When he grows up he’s going to join his dad’s business and marry his best friend, Isla.
By the time they’re eighteen, the two of them are inseparable. The future looks bright. Everything feels perfect.
But when tragedy strikes, fate sets the pair on a different course.
While circumstances keep Logan and Isla apart, their bond is not so easily broken.
The course of true love might not run smoothly but a bumpy road can still take you exactly where you’re supposed to be …
While this is the second book in the Loch Lannick series it can also be enjoyed as a standalone novel.
A sleepy Scottish village is about to be woken up …
With her boyfriend moving to her hometown of Lannick, Leana Mackenzie is floating on cloud nine. All she needs now is for them to find a home of their own. Alasdair’s lack of interest in house-hunting soon has her worried.
For Isla and Logan, moving in together is the logical next step in their relationship. Neither of them expects living under the same roof to be so challenging. If they can’t find a way to make it work how can they possibly have a future together?
Single-mother Elspeth is ecstatic about moving out of her parents’ house. When she agrees to a temporary housemate she’s comforted by the friendship that grows. But are her feelings purely platonic, or is romance in the air?
As the year draws to a close, Alasdair organises a celebration that will rock the quiet village of Lannick. The New Year’s party brings everyone together for a night to remember. But when midnight strikes, the fireworks bursting over the loch aren’t the only sparks flying …
This is the third book in the Loch Lannick series and is best enjoyed after the first two books in the series
A warm and uplifting winter romance
All Emily wants for her wedding is a low-key celebration with family and friends. But with a best friend like Josie, it’s no surprise that there’s a touch of drama to the day.
Meanwhile, Tara is dealing with problems of her own. In a bid to face up to her past, she sets out to make amends with her estranged father and reunite with her half siblings. Thankfully she has James to support her when times get tough.
For Lizzie, a career opportunity feels like a dream come true. But her excitement is thwarted when Max announces a different vision for their future.
As the friends come together to celebrate the start of a new year, there’s laughter, love and baked goods aplenty. What more could anyone wish for?
This is the seventh book in the Hope Cove series and is best enjoyed after the previous six books.
A holiday fling threw her life into chaos …
Elspeth Mackenzie hasn’t had any contact with the father of her child since they had a fling three years ago. Getting pregnant at sixteen turned her life upside down. But now she has everything back under control. She’s managing a cafe and a toddler and making it look easy.
If only dating was as easy. Most guys run a mile when they find out she has a child.
When her friend sets her up on a blind date, Elspeth is in for a huge surprise. Not only because she finds herself face to face with the father of her child, but because her feelings for Rory haven’t changed a bit. The attraction is as intense as ever.
Now Elspeth must tell Rory she has a child. And that sweet little Arran is also his child.
Yet again, her life is thrown off balance. Working out how to co-parent Arran is about as complicated as her feelings for Rory.
For Elspeth to figure out what the future holds, she first needs to come to terms with the choices she made in the past…
Sometimes all we can do is hope things will turn out exactly as they’re supposed to ...
A fairy-tale wedding in a castle should be a dream come true for Isla. Unfortunately, she’s not as taken with the idea as everyone around her. While her family and Logan organise everything, she’s left feeling that her opinion doesn’t count.
Meanwhile, Lexie is dealing with family problems of her own. Her dad doesn’t approve of her relationship with Nick and is determined to cause problems for the two of them.
Elspeth finally has everything she wants: Rory has moved to Skye and they’re living together as a proper family. But is that enough for her? Throwing herself into a new business venture stirs up problems in her relationship. Can she find a way to fix them? Does she even want to?
When nothing seems to go to plan, maybe the best thing to do is embrace the unexpected and hope that everything will be okay in the end …
How long does it take to mend a broken heart?
Jess expects life on the Isle of Skye to be calm and peaceful. But when she falls for her colleague things quickly become complicated. Rory comes with a whole load of baggage, but she just can’t seem to stay away from him.
When Elspeth is forced to take a break from work, she evaluates what her future holds. As her relationship with Rory begins to feel irreparable, they’re forced to admit it might be time to move on.
Leana’s trip to America should be a relaxing, romantic getaway. Instead, she learns that she and Alasdair have different ideas about their future. While he extends his trip, Leana travels home alone and reflects on what’s truly important to her.
Sometimes it takes almost losing the one we love to make us realise what we really want …
For years Lexie has kept everyone at arm’s length. Her heart is so guarded it’s almost impenetrable.
When the geeky teacher moves in next door, Lexie finds it increasingly difficult to ignore her attraction to him. To protect herself, she pushes him away, convincing herself that hurting him isn’t a big deal.
She never imagined him leaving town. Or how much she’d miss him when he left.
Desperate to make amends, she follows him to his hometown, determined to do whatever it takes to earn his forgiveness.
Even if that means sharing her deepest secrets.
As she opens up to Nick, she begins to imagine a future she’d never dared dream of. Now all she has to do is let her guard down and take a chance on love …
The best moments are the ones we don’t see coming . . .
Isla is perfectly content with her solid, stable relationship with Logan. But when they challenge each other to inject some spontaneity into their relationship things quickly get out of hand.
Soon, Logan is determined to find the ultimate romantic gesture. Can he truly surprise Isla when she knows him so well?
Lexie is enjoying being in a steady relationship with Nick. But organising a birthday surprise for him at the same time as taking on more responsibilities at work hardly leaves her time for anything else. When the birthday plans don’t go as expected, Lexie finds herself evaluating both her relationship and her career.
And she’s more surprised than anyone by the conclusion.
Finding new friends shouldn’t be so difficult…
When newly single Marie decides to shake up her social life she knows exactly what she wants: stylish, sophisticated friends and no romantic complications.
But a chance encounter brings some unlikely characters into her life, throwing her plans way off course. She just can’t seem to get rid of this bunch of misfits!
And then there’s Brian, whose good looks and charm might just distract Marie from her ideas about staying single...
This wonderfully quirky British rom com is sure to leave you smiling.