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Prepare to be swept away by an utterly heartrending saga of one woman’s fight to find happiness. Readers are captivated by Tania Crosse’s beautifully written tale of love and loss. “Carefully researched and well presented.” Bestselling author Anna Jacobs ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ “Totally in love with this book! Highly recommend!” Sayury ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ “Crosse writes with passion . . . so well you can actually envisage yourself there.” Novelle Novels ⭐⭐⭐⭐ “At first, I thought it was a standard love story. Then about halfway through it became so much more.” Mrs Gray “A thumping good read, feels like living history.” Dorset Echo Originally published as Morwellham’s Child. Devon, 1867. Free-spirited Rebecca Westbrook recognizes her perfect match when she sees him. His name is Captain Adam Bradley. She is the harbour master’s daughter. He is smouldering and sophisticated — the most eligible captain ever to sail into the quay. Anyone can see it’s meant to be. But Rebecca is anything but charmed. Her heart belongs to Tom Mason, a lowly cooper she’s known forever. Her father doubts Tom's ability to provide securely for her. But Tom has a plan to prove him wrong. And until then, passionate Rebecca refuses to wait to be with him. But fate has other plans. Tragedy strikes, shattering the couple’s dreams of a life together. Vulnerable and alone, how will Rebecca survive without her soulmate? With the threat of bringing shame on herself and her family nipping at her heels, Rebecca can see only one way out. Is she strong enough to take it? Fans of Nadine Dorries, Rosie Goodwin, Dilly Court, Freda Lightfoot and Catherine Cookson will adore this emotional coming-of-age story. ALSO BY TANIA CROSSE DEVONSHIRE SAGAS Book 1: THE HARBOUR MASTER’S DAUGHTER Book 2: THE RIVER GIRL Book 3: THE GUNPOWDER GIRL Book 4: THE QUARRY GIRL Book 5: THE RAILWAY GIRL Book 6: THE WHEELWRIGHT GIRL Book 7: THE AMBULANCE GIRL Book 8: THE DARTMOOR GIRL Book 9: THE GIRL AT HOLLY COTTAGE Book 10: THE CONVENT GIRL
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