1952. Orphaned as a young girl, Emma Booth was raised by her grandparents and following her grandfather's sudden death, she assumes she is now without family. That is until she finds a letter written during the war which reveals that she has a half-sister. Determined to find her, Emma is drawn away from the countryside to post-war Liverpool.
1952. Orphaned as a young child, Emma Booth is raised by her grandparents in a Lancashire village. Following her grandfather's sudden death, Emma assumes she is now without family, until she unexpectedly finds a letter written during the war which reveals that she has a half-sister. Determined to find her, Emma is drawn away from the countryside to post-war Liverpool. When trouble inevitably comes, Emma rises to the challenge, and in doing so finds love and romance, taking her life in a new direction.
'An evocative tale of one girl's journey into womanhood ... full of pain, passion, nostalgia and deep dark secrets' Crosby Herald
About June Francis
JUNE FRANCIS was born in Blackpool and moved to Liverpool at an early age. She started writing in her forties and has since gone on to have over thirty novels published.
It Had To Be You by June Francis
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