As a child, Amy delights in fairy stories and even dreams of marrying a prince. Searching for love, she leaves her Granfer's enchanted Wiltshire garden for the slums of Edwardian London. Her only escape is a new beginning as a lady's maid.
But as a woman Amy is vulnerable. Betrayed, she faces a heart-breaking sacrifice: should she brave poverty and disgrace to keep her child - or give her away to a secure future? Amy makes her choice, only to find herself trapped in a bizarre marriage, tormented by the conflict between love and duty.
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An unforgettable story of passion and its price from the bestselling author of Song of SongsAbout the Author:
Beverley Hughesdon is author of several books, including Song of Songs, Roses Have Thorns and Silver Fountains.
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Book Description Book Condition: Good. Roses Have Thorns. Bookseller Inventory # Grb3497251