Pamela Evans' London sagas are 'a superb and heartwarming read' Irish Independent
One day in 1964 Rachel West's husband walked out on his wife and two young sons, leaving them nothing but pain and heartache. Now, two years later, struggling in a poorly paid job, Rachel feels her luck will never change. So when she finds herself the new owner of her late Uncle Chip's Hammersmith boat-building business she wonders if it's too good to be true. Why would Chip have left it to her when he has a son himself The business is only just afloat - thanks to the hard work of Chip's charismatic assistant, Ben - but Rachel is determined to restore it to its former glory for the sake of her sons. And before long, she realises that she's falling in love with kind-hearted and handsome Ben. But her good fortune doesn't last for long - someone is maliciously plotting to sabotage her plans...
'A compelling book' Woman's Realm
'The leading characters are finely drawn...crisp prose...a superb and heartwarming read' Irish Independent
'Very readable' Bella
'A good traditional romance, and its author has a feeling for the atmosphere of postwar London' Sunday Express
'Well peopled with warm personalities' Liverpool Post
Pam Evans was born and brought up in Ealing, London. She now lives in Surrey, near to her family and five beautiful grandchildren. On Her Own Two Feet is Pam Evans's thirtieth saga for Headline and all her previous novels are also available in ebook. For more information about Pam and her novels visit www.pamevansbooks.com.