Stevie Turner books in order
Stevie Turner a British author of contemporary women's fiction, suspense, paranormal and humorous novels.
A part-time medical secretary who for years wrote poems and stories for fun, Turner finally decided to pursue her true passion of publishing her own books.
She is married and currently resides in the picturesque countryside of East Anglia in the UK.
A keen reader of autobiographies, biographies, and realistic family dramas, Turner gains her writing inspiration from walking along the country footpaths and byways.
Her books have been translated into German, Spanish, and Italian.
Genres: Comedy, Contemporary , Suspense, Womens' Fiction
- The Pilates Class (2013)
- A Rather Unusual Romance (2014)
- The Donor (2014)
- A House Without Windows (2014)
- The Daughter-in-law Syndrome (2015)
- Revenge (2015)
- No Sex Please, I'm Menopausal! (2015)
- For the Sake of a Child (2015)
- Repent at Leisure (2016)
- Mind Games (2017)
- A Marriage of Convenience (2018)
- Partners in Time (2019)
- Lily: A Short Story (2014)
- Finding David: A Paranormal Short Story (2019)
Detailed book overview
Roger is an open and honest builder type, while Judy is the worn out single mother of four teenage boys.
Thelma is a librarian who looks as though she has been sitting on a wasps' nest for most of her life, while Neville is desperately searching for a woman—any woman will do at this point.
Julian on the other hand just wants to be young again while Edie is the wrong side of 70.
As for Roz, she is a size zero fitness queen.
When these characters, along with one overweight Alice, cross paths for the very first time at their local Pilates class, Petra, the class instructor, has no idea what’s coming her way.
Left with two teenage sons after being separated from her husband, things go from bad to worse for Erin Mason after she is diagnosed with cancer.
Elsewhere, someone by the name Alan Beaumont is also going through similar challenges.
The paths of these two individuals will gradually entwine in this witty and moving tale that is to some degree inspired by true events, reminding us all just how love can thrive even in the most unexpected of circumstances.
Finding the love of your life is one of the best feelings in the world.
However, one of the most painful things in the world is when your own sister steals the love of your life.
This is exactly what happens to Clare Ronson when her sister marries singer and guitarist Ross Tyler.
To make things worse for her, Ross becomes a big time superstar, eventually relocating with his family to France as a moneyed tax exile.
Unable to speak to either Isabel or Ross for the next three decades, Clare finds herself face-to-face with Ross after tragedy brings him to her doorstep.
Will Clare be able to look beyond her bitterness for the sake of her sister?
Dr Beth Nichols thinks that she has been held against her will by Edwin Evans for about 8 or 9 years now.
In her moments of sadness and devastation, she often reflects back and thinks of her fiancé Liam.
Spending the night staring at the one light bulb that is never switched off, she prays that Liam is still somewhere out there looking for her.
From Beth to Edwin, Liam to Amy, this award-winning romantic suspense has been told from a number of perspectives.
To Arla Deane, her marriage is sometimes tantamount to daily psychological warfare.
Her husband Ric, who holds his mother Edna in very high regard, never voices his opinion.
Furthermore, Arla is tired of feeling that she will always come second best to her mother-in-law.
After nearly three decades of marriage, the couple attends marriage therapy where Toni Beecher, the counselor, helps Arla realize her own shortcomings, ultimately uncovering the real reason why Ric never voices his opinion.
The Daughter-in-law Syndrome takes a deeper look into the relationships between the husband/wife, mother/son, and mother-in-law/daughter-in-law.
A teacher by profession, Alistair Veale has been coasting along in his two-decade-long marriage to Ann.
With two sons who are quickly growing up and developing their own interests, the only close relationship he enjoys is with Jessie—his ‘Princess’ and 13-year-old daughter.
So when he takes 14 children from his tutor group on a week-long school trip to the Isle of Wight, Alistair begins noticing an intense attraction forming between himself and the new Science teacher, Carly Jessop, who tagged along to monitor the 6 girls in the trip.
And when an affair begins between Alistair and Carly, it sets off a series of terrible consequences that will threaten everything that is dear to him.
Lyn Fuller completely loses her interest in sex due to the menopausal symptoms she is experiencing.
Her husband Neil however still wants sex.
Separated from her husband after three-and-a-half decades of marriage, Lyn moves to Cornwall to begin a new chapter, only to find herself feeling lonely as friends are hard to come by.
Her luck however soon changes after she joins an online dating site called ‘MatchULike’, where she crosses paths with the shy and chivalrous Peter.
As the two become friends, Neil finds out about the friendship, only to realize when it's too late that there is more to a relationship than just sex.
Hired as the housekeeper to the directors of PhizzFace Inc., Ginny Ford’s bliss is soon turned into sorrow following a shocking discovery on the managerial corridor.
As she looks deeper into her accidental find, Ginny uncovers corruption and a terrifying secret pedophile network that has been under wraps for years; one implicating individuals that she knows and trusts.
No longer able to keep the shocking discovery to herself, she endeavors to help the innocent children involved.
Poking her nose where it doesn't belong however places her family in terrible danger…
Upon waking up, Paul McAdam has no recollection of the mysterious woman lying in his bed.
Nonetheless, he draws closer to Cat Taylor who eventually moves into his flat.
Everything momentarily seems to work out nicely for the two, until Paul meets Anita Fairfax—the woman of his dreams.
When Cat’s lifeless body is discovered in Paul’s apartment, the police suspect him of committing the crime despite the lack of sufficient evidence.
Although Anita defends her new husband, she starts having doubts after Paul’s behavior suddenly changes.
Did he commit the murder, or is there more to the story?
Frances Andrews no longer trusts her husband Martin as a result of his pornography addiction.
Martin on the other hand views it as nothing more than an innocuous pastime.
When she however threatens to leave, a distressed Martin begs her to accompany him to marriage guidance therapy where Rhona, the counselor, recommends that they take a holiday as soon as possible and start telling each other everything again.
Although Frances just wants a divorce, she finally agrees to go on a cruise on the grounds that they have separate cabins.
Narrated from Frances and Martin’s point of view, this book is about the effect that pornography addiction can have on a happy marriage.
A rock star in the making, Gerrie Hermann comes from a wealthy South African family.
When he crosses paths with one Sophie Woods for the first time in their university canteen, Gerrie presents her with a very shocking and unusual proposal.
Puritanical in every sense of the word, Sophie has never done anything besides what is strictly expected of her in her entire existence.
So when she finally decides to become adventurous and accepts Gerrie’s offer, little does she know that her decision will forever affect her in ways that she could never have imagined.
John Finbow, an accomplished writer, and his wife Kay move into a huge Victorian house called Southcombe Rectory.
Previously owned by the Cuthbertson family who had lived there for generations, the house has been empty since the 1960s.
John’s marriage is on the rocks as he, 39, wants kids while his wife, 34, doesn’t.
While working in his study in the house, John is left shocked after a young woman mysteriously appears on his sofa.
The woman, Emily Cuthbertson, who died in 1868 at the age of 25, is unwilling to leave behind her old life on earth, having missed out on a family of her own.
Determined to have a husband and children, John could make her dreams come true.
Separated by one hundred and thirty years, will their love survive?
Ninety-two-year-old Lily is ailing.
Although informed by her family that she was going on a little holiday, Lily finds herself still on her dear Isle of Wight.
Even more shocking is that she is now living permanently in a residential home at the mercy of Bridie, the ‘horrible’ one.
Reflecting on the years gone by as her way of finding some happiness in the little time she has left, Lily starts asking questions about her sister Violet who vanished without a trace in 1897 at the age of fourteen.
Little does she know that another new resident could give her the closure that she has yearned for 76 years.
While attending an illustration of clairvoyance for the first time with Mick Curtis, Karen finds herself singled out by the medium, Rae Cordelle.
Rae apparently has a message for Karen, sent by her son David who moved to the spirit realm a number of years earlier.
Troubled by the message, Karen sets off on a journey of discovery, rocking her previously blissful relationship with second husband Mick, David's stepfather.