Susan MacFarlane had only a few months with David Cameron, but in tht time he taught her the power of passionate love - its rewards and its punishments.
Then she returned to her duty: marriage to a man who could run the family's paper mill, the mill she loved and understood but could not have for herself.
Trapped in a loveless marriage with only her children to console her, her ambition and her ability thwarted by the conventions of her time, Susan seems destined to finish her life without ever knowing again the heady excitement of her brief time of freedom.
Then David Cameoron comes back to Glasgow. Rich now, ready to avenge the slights of his youth. And the implacable enemy of Susan's family. . .
The Bolton Evening News
loved this book: 'A rich and rewarding tale.'
Nora Kay was born in Northumberland but she and her family lived for many years in Dundee. She now lives in Aberdeen.
In the tradition of Catherine Cookson
'An unforgettable story of love and heartache.'
Dundee Courier on Lost Dreams
'An absorbing and entertaining read.'
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'If you enjoy Cookson you will love this.'
Bradford Telegraph & Argus on Legacy of Shame
'A stirring tale, rich in heartache and warmth with an unquenchable zest for life.'
Northern Echo on Gift of Love
'Everything a reader could possibly wish for. It's brilliant.'
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