How far can one couple be pushed?
On a mud-caked Manchester riverside at Christmas 1918, the unlikeliest of romance blossoms. One a disturbed ex-soldier and the other a headstrong ex-suffragist, yet Patrick and Dorothy Hammond fit together like pieces of a jigsaw. The quiet village of Little Wychwood is just the place for them to escape the confines of their old lives. There, at last, they are free to realise their dreams: restoring a crucial farm and starting a family.
Except it’s not quite as simple as that. Things start to go wrong very quickly, and the Hammonds are swung around and around on an emotional trapeze as they battle their way through the next forty years. With their own families being rocked apart and revealing horrifying secrets, not to mention the wars they fight inside their own minds will they manage to hold it all together for the sake of their children, their faith... and their village?
My Next Book...
A toaster-oven piece of lesbian fiction set in sunny Cornwall, with themes of mental health, friendship, and (most importantly) a good dose of rainbow.