A touching Merseyside saga from bestselling author Anne Baker
Childhood sweethearts Mary and Jonty have battled against the odds to be together. Forced to run away from home because Mary's father disapproved of their relationship, they've built a happy new life for themselves. Now they long to be blessed with a child, but it seems that's not to be. Until one stormy night when a yacht is dashed upon the rocks near their home. Mary and Jonty rush to the crew's rescue. Amid terrible carnage, they manage to save a baby, who they name Charlotte and keep her as their own. Charlotte grows up to be devoted to her parents, but fate intervenes when she decides to train as a nurse in Liverpool. For Liverpool is where her 'real' family lives: and it seems that past secrets are to be uncovered - with shocking consequences.
A fast-moving and entertaining novel, with a fascinating location and warm, friendly characters - Bradford Telegraph and Argus
[A]n immensely enjoyable read - Coventry Telegraph
Anne Baker spins a good yarn which engages the reader's interest until the final page - Leicester Mercury