The second in the heartwarming Lancashire saga series that began with SALEM STREET, by Anna Jacobs
The second in the heartwarming Lancashire saga series that began with SALEM STREET, by beloved author Anna Jacobs.
In 1845 Annie Gibson can finally leave Salem Street. Her dreams of being able to open an elegant dressmaking salon in the High Street of Bilsden, a Lancashire mill town, have come true. And she is going to take her father and his second family with her, away from poverty, away from the Rows.
But Annie has not left trouble behind. Someone is trying to undermine her business. Her family have their own ideas about what they want to do with their lives. And several men are persistently trying to win favour with the beautiful young widow - including Frederick Hallam, the mill owner, and Daniel O'Connor, her childhood friend.
As Annie gets better acquainted with both, she becomes increasingly confused about her feelings. Can she really be in love And can she risk trusting any man again
Praise for Anna Jacobs:
'Catherine Cookson fans will cheer!' - Peterborough Evening Telegraph
Anna Jacobs' books are deservedly popular. She is one of the best writers of Lancashire sagas around. - Historical Novels Review
An exciting book of immensely brilliant character portrayal and a great storyline - Bangor Chronicle on OUR EVA
Another cracking read with a vivid insight into family relationships - Coventry Evening Telegraph on OUR EVA
Once again you have given us a story that has me hooked from the first page to the last. The characters are so alive that I am loath to call them characters, they are people - so real that you almost feel for them - Reader from Scotland on OUR MARY ANN
Anna Jacobs grew up in Lancashire and emigrated to Australia in 1973, but loves to return to England regularly to visit her family and soak up the history. She has two grown-up daughters and now lives with her husband in a spacious waterfront home. Often as she writes, dolphins frolic outside the window of her study. Inside, the house is crammed with thousands of books.