• Paperback: 384 pages
• Publisher: William Morrow Paperbacks (January 6, 2015)
Charlotte Brown is living and working in Liverpool after the end of the Great War, but believes that she is making little difference in the lives of Britain’s poorest citizens. When she returns to the estate where she was once a governess, to celebrate the wedding of her former charge, Lilly, Charlotte realizes that she has never stopped loving Lilly’s brother, Edward, Lord Cumberland. When Edward’s war injuries threaten to destroy his future, Charlotte agrees to help nurse him back to health, even if it means that her heart might be wounded in the process.
Robson’s reminiscent description of post-War England is well done along character development.
Charlotte is an admirable liberal woman – university educated (Oxford graduate) only child of a vicar, nurse, intelligent and fiercely independent, a woman most…
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