THE SUNDAY TIMES TOP TEN BESTSELLING AUTHORA moving and dramatic tale of family secrets, love and heartache from the million-copy bestselling author, Rosie Goodwin.'Rosie writes such heart-warming sagas' Lyn Andrews
THE SUNDAY TIMES TOP TEN BESTSELLING AUTHOR
A baby rescued from the snow. A wealthy family's tragic secret. A girl determined to make her mark.
A heart-warming saga of love, ambition and jealousy. The ebook No.1 bestselling author of No One's Girl, Mothering Sunday and The Little Angel, Rosie Goodwin, weaves her magic yet again in The Ribbon Weaver. Perfect for fans of Dilly Court and Nadine Dorries.
One winter's night, Molly Ernshaw rescues a baby from the snow and changes two families for ever. The tiny girl grows into a gifted young woman and, encouraged by her neighbour's son, Toby, she dreams of moving beyond ribbon-weaving to designing the hats and clothes the ribbons adorn. When her talent is recognised by Samuel Forrester, the owner of famous hat factories and shops, Amy's flair leads her to London and then Paris. But Samuel and his family are haunted by the past and his troubled daughter-in-law is consumed with jealousy. As secrets are revealed, Amy is caught between two worlds and she must choose where her heart truly belongs.
Praise for Rosie Goodwin:
'An absorbing story in the grand tradition of the best saga authors' Margaret Dickinson
'Rosie writes such heart-warming sagas' Lyn Andrews
'A heart-throbber of a story from Goodwin that puts many other so-called emotional blockbusters in the shade' Northern Echo
'A wonderful heroine, plucky, determined and warm-hearted. A believable and compelling read' Jennie Felton
Praise for Rosie Goodwin's heartwarming novels: 'An absorbing story in the grand tradition of the best saga authors'
'A wonderful heroine, plucky, determined and warm-hearted. A believable and compelling read'
'Rosie writes such heart-warming sagas'
'The new Catherine Cookson' - Coventry Evening Telegraph
A heart-throbber of a story from Goodwin that puts many other so-called emotional blockbusters in the shade - Northern Echo