A tale of forbidden love, family relationships, secrets and the quest for happiness, from 'outstanding storyteller' (WOMAN'S WEEKLY), Lyn Andrews
It is 1945 and the war is finally over. For sisters Sophie and Maria, though, the upheaval is just beginning. For they have no choice but to leave their beloved home on the Isle of Man. It is a huge wrench for eighteen-year-old Maria, who can't forget Hans Bonhoeffer, a young Austrian, interned on the island during the war. For widowed Sophie, Liverpool offers a new beginning with her daughter Bella. She has no room for distractions - until she falls in love with Frank Ryan, a man married to a woman who, although she doesn't love him, has no intention of letting him go. Without the men they love, will the sisters ever find happiness?
Lyn Andrews is one of the UK's most popular authors, and her books have appeared many times on the Sunday Times bestseller lists. She has written thirty-one enormously successful novels, which are all available from Headline. Lyn now lives on the Isle of Man, but frequently visits Merseyside to see her three children and four grandchildren.