For Eveleen Hardcastle life gets no better than growing up on Pear Tree Farm in the Lincolnshire countryside. Her family works hard for the Dunsmore estate and Eveleen finds it impossible to resist the charms of their employer's son, Stephen Dunsmore. But Jimmy, ever quick to antagonize, ensures that his sister's clandestine trysts do not remain so for long.
Mary Hardcastle reacts to the news of her daughter's affair with a shocking ferocity, which seems to be borm more of bitterness than maternal protectiveness. But what is it that fuels Mary's resentment towards her daughter? Unable to ignore her own feelings, Eveleen continues to meet Stephen in secret. But deception has a cruel price to pay when her beloved father is found dead from a heard attack. And worse yet, Stephen, far from providing Eveleen with the comfort she craves, deserts her in her hour of need and callously evicts the Hardcastles from the farm.
Suddenly homeless, Eveleen is left to take the family reins and she fights to make a new life for her family in Nottinghamshire. And then she makes a stunning discovery about her mother's past which changes all their lives for ever...
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Although the work is hard Eveleen loves her life on a Lincolnshire farm with her parents and brother and the attentions of the son of the family's employer provide a welcome distraction. But there are heartbreaks ahead and Eveleen resolves never to allow love to enter her heart again - until she makes a stunning discovery.
About Margaret Dickinson
Born in Gainsborough, Lincolnshire, Margaret Dickinson moved to the coast at the age of seven and so began her love for the sea and the Lincolnshire landscape. She is the author of fifteen novels, including her Lincolnshire Fleethaven trilogy and most recently The Tulip Girl and The River Folk. Married with two grown-up daughters, Margaret Dickinson combines a busy working life with her writing career.
Tangled Threads by Margaret Dickinson
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