'Warm and atmospheric, you can practically taste the sea breeze' The Express
The dramatic new saga from the author of The Royal Lacemaker, The Girl with the Red Ribbon andFamily for Christmas
Seventeen-year-old Merryn Dyer has been helping her mother to knit fisherman's jumpers in a small Cornish village since she was a young girl. Growing up without a father, Merryn is used to barely scraping a living and her mother has always instilled pride and honesty in her. But she dreams of one day having more in life.
So when she gets the chance at a job in a nearby city she jumps at the chance, despite her mother's reservations. However, once out of her village she begins to uncover long-buried secrets about her past that threaten to unravel everything that she thought she knew.
'Take time out for a page-turner about family mysteries and betrayal' Take-a-Break
Warm and atmospheric, you can practically taste the sea breeze
Take time out for a page-turner about family mysteries and betrayal
A compelling saga . . . with a surprising and emotional ending which weaves together the storylines in a most satisfying way. Strongly recommended and a great read on a Cornish holiday.