Yorkshire, 1953. From the moment she hears her baby cry, Rachel Watkins senses that this little girl won't be easy. And she's right - Lorna Watkins is trouble with a capital T. As the 1960s draw to a close, Rachel is at her wits' end with her rebellious teenage daughter. Out partying to all hours of the night, Lorna's pretty face, vivacious personality and fashionable miniskirts attract all manner of attention, and Rachel desperately hopes that Lorna won't fall into an unsuitable relationship. When Lorna announces she's pregnant and planning to marry a farmer, Rachel knows her artistic and city-loving daughter won't cope with life on the land. And she's right - soon Lorna's marriage is over and she comes to York with her two young daughters. Lorna is ready for love again and she's swept off her feet by Benedict Frazer, a handsome antiques dealer. But Benedict hides a dark secret, and it is up to the man who has always loved Lorna from afar to protect her and show her where true happiness lies - before it's too late...
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The compelling new Yorkshire saga from Margaret Thornton; 'A great read' BestAbout the Author:
Margaret Thornton was born and bred in Blackpool, where she still lives with her husband. A qualified teacher, she retired in order to write about the place she loves. She has two grown-up children and five grandchildren.
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Book Description Headline Book Publishing, 2004. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 755321006