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by Sophie Green

Treat your ears with these brand new eAudiobook titles for September 2021, free to listen to on our BorrowBox service with your library card.

The idea of you, by Robinne Lee

At thirty-nine, Solène Marchand is a devoted mother, a dedicated colleague and a considerate ex-wife. But it's a long time since she's felt like herself. So when someone comes along who seems to see her - to want her - for who she really is, the attraction is instant. And so begins a jet-setting, earth-shattering secret love affair.

But what if that someone is world-famous sex symbol Hayes Campbell? Captivating frontman of boy band of the moment August Moon - whose face is everywhere. Including Solène's teenage daughter's bedroom wall. Can Solène allow herself to fall for the boy the whole world wants? Or will she have to make a devastating choice?

Meet me in another life, by Catriona Silvey

Thora and Santi have met before. Under the clocktower in central Cologne, with nothing but the stars above and their futures ahead. They will meet again. They don't know it yet, but they'll meet again: in numerous lives they will become friends, colleagues, lovers, enemies - meeting over and over for the first time, every time; each coming to know every version of the other. Only they can make sure it's not for the last time. But as they're endlessly drawn together and the lines between their different lives begin to blur, they are faced with one question: why? They must discover the truth of their strange attachment before this, and all their lives, are lost forever.

Cunning women, by Elizabeth Lee

When it is no longer safe to be a witch, they call themselves cunning.

Seventeenth-century Lancashire is a dark and mistrustful place. Ten years after the notorious Pendle witch trials saw ten accused witches hanged, young Sarah Haworth and her family live as outcasts in a ruined hamlet. The inhabitants of the nearby village despise 'cunning folk' like them, but their services - healing balms, herbal remedies - will always be in demand, and they have a way of coming to know all the village's secrets.

A chance meeting sees Sarah become acquainted with Daniel, a young man from the village. In him, she sees a clever, caring man; in her, he sees not the strange, dirty outcast he knows he should, but rather the strong young woman coming into her own.

As they are drawn closer together, a new magistrate arrives in the area to investigate a spate of strange deaths befalling the villagers. Inevitably, his eye falls on Sarah's family, and his hand carries a burning torch. In the face of persecution, something as fragile as love seems impossible...

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