In Long Way Home, Lydia Middleton faces a bright future, secure in the knowledge that her childhood sweetheart, David Drayton, will one day be her husband. But when Mr. Middleton loses his fortune, and later his life, the Draytons reconsider. Lydia is forced to leave Whitby but she vows that when her fortunes have changed she will return and get revenge. Driven by this desire, Lydia risks losing the most precious thing of all: the love of David, who has stayed faithful to her throughout their enforced separation. In Dangerous Shores, when John Mitchell inherits property from a distant relative, he and his family move to a large country estate in Cornwall. It seems an ideal place for John and his wife to raise their young daughter, Abigail. However, John finds himself clashing with the Gaisfords, a powerful old Cornish family. Any problems the family encounter over the years seem to be averted, though, when Abigail marries handsome Luke Gaisford, in spite of her father's warning that still waters run deep. But Abigail soon uncovers a dark secret Luke has been harboring about his life. Dun dun dun.
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About the Author
Jessica Blair grew up in Middlesbrough, trained as a teacher and now lives in Ampleforth. She became a full-time writer in 1977 and has written more than 50 books under various pseudonyms.