The evocative and delightful final novel in the Devonshire trilogy featuring the Chadwick Family
It's nearly thirty years since the Chadwick siblings arrived from Kenya at The Keep in Devon to live with their grandmother Freddy. And while much has altered since in their lives, The Keep remains a sanctuary for the whole family; warm, unchanging, filled with love. Now mistress of The Keep, Fliss finds it hard to fill the place of her beloved grandmother, especially when she has so many doubts in her life. Mole has settled into his second family, the Navy. And Susanna, always the baby, is now a wife and mother herself. But whatever challenges they face, the family know that the house will always be ready to welcome them home.
[Marcia Willett] has a rich and populous imagination' Devon Life - Devon Life
'the third in the series of sagas following the fortunes of the delightful Chadwick family...' Express
''If you like your fiction in the style of Rosumunde Pilcher then you'll love this' Newcastle Evening Chronicle
Marcia Willett was born in Somerset, the youngest of five girls. After training to become a ballet dancer, she joined her sister's Dance Academy as ballet mistress. She then became a naval wife and her son was born in 1970. She now lives in Devon with her husband, Rodney, who first encouraged Marcia to write, and their Newfoundland, Trubshawe.