A woman searches for her missing mother in this captivating story of love, heartbreak and forgiveness from the bestselling author Kathryn Hughes.
A mysterious letter from Spain. A surprising new beginning...
Fall in love this summer with HER LAST PROMISE, a gripping, heartwrenching story of how hope can blossom in the ruins of tragedy and of the redeeming power of love. From No. 1 bestselling author Kathryn Hughes.
What real readers are saying about HER LAST PROMISE...
'Hope rises from despair and new beginnings are forged in the most extraordinary and unexpected way. Kathryn Hughes delves deeply into the heart and soul of her characters, making them totally relatable...like friends you really care for. My addiction to this novel was total and uncompromising *****'
'Wonderful! First book I have read by Kathryn Hughes and will now read her previous stories. I loved it *****'
'Another great story from Kathryn Hughes *****'
'As always, a lovely story by Kathryn Hughes *****'
'I really enjoyed this book, especially the nostalgic 1970's descriptions ****'
Tara Richards was just a girl when she lost her mother. Years later when Tara receives a letter from a London solicitor its contents shake her to the core. Someone has left her a key to a safe deposit box. In the box lies an object that will change everything Tara thought she knew and lead her on a journey to deepest Spain in search of the answers that have haunted her for forty years.
Violet Skye regrets her decision to travel abroad leaving her young daughter behind. As the sun dips below the mountains, she reminds herself she is doing this for their future. Tonight, 4th June 1978, will be the start of a new life for them. This night will indeed change Violet's destiny, in the most unexpected of ways...
Readers love the powerful novels of Kathryn Hughes:
'A wonderful, enthralling story'
'A heartbreakingly powerful read'
Kathryn Hughes was born in Altrincham, near Manchester. After completing a secretarial course, Kathryn met her husband and they married in Canada. For twenty-nine years they ran a business together, raised two children and travelled when they could to places such as India, Singapore, South Africa and New Zealand. Kathryn and her family now make their home in a village near Manchester.