Will her courage be enough to protect her family?
Eleanor Saint spends as much time as she can helping in the community of her small mining town, even though her snobbish grandmother disapproves of her visiting the poor. When she comes of age, Eleanor is married to Frances Tait, a missionary, and she is delighted to have a husband who shares her passion for helping others.
It is not long before Eleanor starts a family of her own. But when Mr Tait’s work takes their family far from home, her children face dangers that Eleanor could never have imagined. She will need to put her family first, before everything else, if she wants to protect them…
A gripping saga from the Sunday Times bestselling author of The Coal Miner's Daughter
- Ebury Press (Fiction)
- Published 8th February 2018
- 320 Pages
- 126mm x 198mm x 20mm