Trisha Ashley was born in St Helens, Lancashire, and gave up her fascinating but time-consuming hobbies of house-moving and divorce a few years ago in order to settle in North Wales. She is a Sunday Times bestselling author. For more information about Trisha please visit www.trishaashley.com, her Facebook fan page (Trisha Ashley Books) or her Twitter account @trishaashley.
"Glorious escapism . . . A foundling turned star baker, a tough childhood, the Yorkshire moors and a dashing neighbour are a winning mix in this bittersweet novel with nods to the Brontes" * The Lady * "I loved The Little Teashop of Lost and Found which has Trisha's trademark gentle humour, a range of appealing characters, and a warm and comforting tone. It is also wonderfully page-turning, thanks to a clever narrative device and an unexpected twist in the (fairy) tale." * Isabel Wolff * "A wonderful story starring a wounded but feisty heroine I couldn't help but love, together with a cast of delightful as well as some inventively horrible characters. Trisha took me to the Yorkshire moors and made me feel truly at home there. The dark streak running through the narrative makes the story all the more compelling. A great read." * Margaret James, Writing Magazine * "I thoroughly enjoyed it . . . [Trisha's] writing is down-to-earth, wryly witty and so humane" * Carol Drinkwater * "A charming story about discovering who you really are and where you belong - topped off with a hearty sprinkling of mouth-watering baking and irresistible romance . . . A delightful novel from one of Britain's best romantic comedy writers." * Culturefly.co.uk *