Liverpool, 1928. Fifteen-year-old Annie Anderson was adopted by Sylvia and Hugh after the death of their own daughter. Annie is told that her own mother in childbirth and her father died before she was born.
A chance encounter introduces Annie to local lad Andrew Fraser. Their friendship blossoms, but once Annie's adoptive parents learn of it they forbid her from seeing him. When Annie asks why, it sets her on a path to discover more about her origins - but will what she learns bring heartache or joy?
Don't miss this rich and vivid saga by one of Liverpool's best-known novelists, perfect for fans of Kitty Neale and Katie Flynn.
June Francis' sagas include Step by Step, A Dream To Share, When Clouds Go Rolling By, Tilly's Story and Sunshine and Showers. She had her first novel published at forty and is married with three sons. She lives in Liverpool.