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‘Vivid and page turning with a captivating young heroine.’ Award-winning author Margaret Kaine
‘Linda Mitchelmore has a gift for making you feel right there, in the story, with her lovely warm characters.’ Bestselling author Sophie King
A great saga described as a good Catherine Cookson by our Tasting Panel!
Just what did they have to say: “I entirely enjoyed this engrossing novel. It was full of well balanced and complex plots.”Joanna. “Loved it. Well written and never predictable.” Caroline. Very engaging. Reminded me of a Catherine Cookson - I mean that as a compliment.”Joy.
Life in Devon in 1909 is hard and unforgiving especially for young Emma Le Goff, whose mother and brother die in curious circumstances leaving her totally alone in the world. And while she begins to recover from her grief, her callous landlord Reuben Jago claims her home and her belongings.
His son Seth, is deeply attracted to Emma and sympathises with her desperate need to find out what really happened. He’s ashamed of his family but can do very little to help without incurring the wrath of his father.
For her part, Emma’s long held a torch for the handsome Seth. But how can she be with him now that his father has behaved so despicably?
When mysterious fisherman, Matthew Caunter comes to Emma’s rescue. Seth is furious and insanely jealous. He seeks solace with another woman and is determined to forget Emma. However, it’s not as easy as he’d hoped.
While Emma is drawn to the charismatic Matthew, he makes it clear he is only passing through. With his help she starts to rebuild her life but regardless of the turns it takes there is always something missing.