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Sep 01, 2015
| ISBN 9780698179479
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Sep 01, 2015 | ISBN 9780698179479
Return to the statley environs of Rutherford Park and the embattled Cavendish family—from the author of The Wild Dark Flowers.The rain fell softly on the day that she was to be married…Sometimes the longing for the old untouched days at Rutherford would return to her; the innocence of it all, the feeling that England would never change…Charlotte Cavendish has been dreaming of her old home at Rutherford Park. It is April 1917; she is nineteen years old. And everywhere there is change. The war still rages on the Continent, where her brother fights for the Royal Flying Corps. Her parents’ marriage is in jeopardy, with her mother falling for a charming American in London.But not all is grim. Charlotte is marrying Preston, the blinded soldier whom she nursed back to health. Her parents couldn’t be happier about this. The young man hails from a well-established and wealthy family in Kent, and he’s solid and respectable. They hope he’s the one to tame their notoriously headstrong daughter.But as time passes, Charlotte slowly comes to the realization that she is not truly happy. And for a reason she is only just beginning to understand. A reason she dare not reveal to the family—or the world…
Elizabeth Cooke is the author of 12 novels, among them Rutherford Park, The Wild Dark Flowers, and the international bestseller The Ice Child.
Praise for The Wild Dark Flowers:“A charming, intriguing novel…a perfect summer read.” —Historical Novel Society“Simply delicious…Like Downton…as addictive as a soap opera.” —Record-Courier (Ohio) “Fine, fine historical fiction!” —The Best Reviews
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