A tale of two worlds, from the bestselling author of the Stevenson saga.'A natural succesor to the late Ronald Delderfield' Yorkshire Post
Frank Morgan, captain of the bargue Pegasus, always claimed he had two wives. The deeply respectable Hilda back in north London - and the sea.
But in the spring of 1885, outward bound for Boston with a cargo of cheap furniture and poverty-stricken Irish emigrants, a new and overwhelming emotion enters his iron-disciplined life.
Teresa O'Dee is young, lovely and with a spirit that awakens unnerving, long-buried memories of times past.
As the age of sail gives way finally to steam, everything in Frank Morgan's life is about to change...