North Harbour, Newfoundland, 1894 Orphaned at a young age, Erith Lock has a cruel upbringing at the hands of a harsh stepmother. At the tender age of sixteen, a ruthless act leaves her shattered and struggling for survival. When all she has is her word, she makes a solemn vow to three small children. But circumstances drastically change, and the promise could take years to fulfill. She fears it might be better broken. When her past must be confronted, Erith finds herself facing unbearable choices that might cost her everything. Enduring self-doubt pushes Erith to her breaking point. Will she allow hope and kindness to guide her, or will it be safer to remain captive in the grip of her unfortunate past?
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About the Author
First and foremost, Ida Linehan Young is a grandmother to the most extraordinary little boys, Parker and Samuel, a mother to three adult children, Sharon, Stacey, and Shawna, and a wife to Thomas. By day she works in the information technology sector in the federal government and has recently forayed into learning the French language in the hopes of becoming bilingual. She started writing several years ago and published her memoir, No Turning Back: Surviving the Linehan Family Tragedy, in 2014, followed by a novel, Being Mary Ro, in 2018. Influenced by her love of local history and the familial art of storytelling passed down by her father and her maternal grandfather, she escapes to writing any chance she can get. She enjoys writing historical fiction to keep the past alive for generations to come.
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Promise based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Very hot steamy BDSM read, while this book was highly sexual there are moments of connections between the characters and some very thoughtful tender moments too and moments of misunderstanding but the combination of all this make the book a very hot steamy read.I also liked the fact that the female character was a bit overweight, but learned to love her body as much as her partners did.Liked the heroine got the chance to turn the tables on the heroes in their 'play' time and give them a taste of their own play. I would be interested to see how these characters are doing later on down the track if the author does a second book.
Very real. I'll read this author again. A bit short but still a decent read.