Second in the Casteel family saga series set in Virginia and Boston. As Heaven moves away from home she is determined to leave her traumatic past behind. But she is met with more hidden secrets and mysteries...
AT LAST, HEAVEN WOULD FIND THE HAPPINESS SHE LONGED FOR...FREE FROM THE SCORN AND CONTEMPT OF HER PAST
In her wealthy grandmother's house, Heaven dreamed of a wonderful new life - of new friends, the best schools, beautiful clothes and, most important, love. Soon she would make her family-name respectable, find her brothers and sisters, and have a family once again.
But even in the world of the rich there were strange forebodings, secrets best forgotten. And as Heaven reached out for love, she was caught up in a sinister web of cruel deceits and hidden passions...
Praise for Viginia Andrews:
`Beautifully written, macabre and thoroughly nasty... it is evocative of the nasty fairy tales like Little Red Riding Hood and The Babes in the Wood, with a bit of Victorian Gothic thrown in. ... What does shine through is her ability to see the world through a child's eyes' Daily Express
`Makes horror irresistible' Glasgow Sunday Mail
`A gruesome saga... the storyline is compelling, many millions have no wish to put this down' Ms London
`There is strength in her books - the bizarre plots matched with the pathos of the entrapped' The Times
Virginia Andrews lived in Norfolk, Virginia, studied art and worked as a fashion illustrator, commercial artist and portrait painter. Flowers in the Attic, based on a true story, was her first novel. It became an immediate bestseller on both sides of the Atlantic when it was first published in 1979. Virginia Andrews died in 1986, leaving a considerable amount of unpublished work.