The linked circular beds of the chain garden, bright with summer colour, present a charming picture – unless you understand the coded language of flowers.
Guilt-ridden at the number of men dying in her father’s mine, Grace Dameral works hard to help the village’s bereaved families while caring for her frail mother and preparing for her brothers’ homecoming.
The arrival of Edwin Philpotts, a former missionary, ignites a dramatic sequence of events that lay bare long-buries secrets. But why has Edwin returned to Cornwall, and how will Grace respond to his shocking confession?
A professional writer for over thirty years, and twice shortlisted for the Romantic Novel of the Year Aw.ard, Jane Jackson has had twenty-seven books published (sales of her 14 Harlequin titles topped ten million in 23 countries and 19 languages) She has also taught the Art and Craft of Novel Writing at all levels from Writers’ Summer Schools and Ad Ed to the MA in Professional Writing at University College Falmouth.
Happily married, she lives in Cornwall, the background and inspiration for many of her historical novels.
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