Julia is an attractive single mother in her early forties with a grown up daughter. Out of apathy she marries a wealthy previous suitor, and gives up her job as a school-teacher and her financial independence to enjoy a comfortable life with him. But for years she has kept a deep secret from her youth, and so have others around her. Eventually the moment where they must reveal themselves strikes unexpectedly, bringing a wild storm into their lives. Nothing will ever be the same, but in that very moment Julia awakens to realize that love and trust are there for her, where she had least expected them to be, and she can finally enjoy life to the full.
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About the Author
Barbara Masterton was born and educated in Weymouth (Dorset, England) and later attended Poole College of Art. She was married at twenty to an accountant. Now retired, her husband is a former City Treasurer of Newcastle. She has five children, all married. Whilst they were young she wrote novels for her own interest, as a form of escapism, keeping her work under the bed in a wooden box known as "Mum's Coffin". When at the age of forty-one, her fifth child arrived, she tore up all her manuscripts, believing she would never have another opportunity to write. How wrong she was... Barbara now lives in County Durham. Other works: Island of Glass, Late Harvest, Orbs of Jade, Mrs Milsent's Daughter, Oils in Water.