“A storyteller after my own heart.” Catherine Cookson
The touching story of family loyalty, love and ambition in a 1850s English farming community. The lives of two families on neighbouring farms are intertwined by fate and fortune.
Young Kirren Riddler and her father, Morris, struggle to keep their farm after a series of tragic events. With the constant fear of losing everything, they are looking for a miracle.
Orphan Jim Lundy has been taken under the wing of the prosperous Sutton family. Then their spoilt son, Philip, dashes Jim’s hopes for the future.
Kirren and Jim are thrown together by a common enemy and plans for revenge. But as they strive against the odds, is there the chance of a brighter tomorrow, of love and happiness for the pair?
A heartwarming and captivating tale of farming life in Victorian times, from the bestselling author of the much-loved Apple Tree Saga, Cast a Long Shadow and Polsinney Harbour.