Upon her deathbed, Elizabeth Baker begged her family to do one thing--reconcile with her father. Her daughters, Lilly and Emma, are determined to carry out her wishes regardless of the consequences. Charles Baker, their father, has doubts that the old man is worth the trouble. He forbade his marriage to Elizabeth, calling him a worthless bricklayer. She defied him, and as a result, her father banished her from the family. Now a wealthy businessman and politician, Charles proved him wrong.
For the sake of his dead wife, he allows his daughters to travel to York to meet their grandfather. When they arrive, their preconceived idea of Sir Davies' malicious character is proven wrong after they discover a broken and frail man paying for the mistakes of his past.
(Short Read - 13,000 Words)