For young Flora Cooke the misery of the Second World War and the hardship it brings is both real and unrelenting. When her husband Tom is reported missing, presumed dead, Flora is left to raise her family alone amidst the ruins of war-torn Liverpool.
As she struggles to come to terms with the tragic news, Flora attracts the attention of two very different men. One offers security whilst the other offers the prospect of a new life in California. Both promise her love.
But it takes another great tragedy before Flora finally listens to the promptings of her heart and seizes a second chance at the happiness that has for so long eluded her.
|Publisher:||Crown Publishing Group|
|Product dimensions:||5.00(w) x 7.75(h) x (d)|
About the Author
June Francis's previous sagas include Friends and Lovers, Going Home to Liverpool, Kitty and Her Boys and Somebody's Girl. She had her first novel published at forty and is married with three sons. She lives in Liverpool.