The Flame Within

Alice Linford stands on the pavement and stares up at the large Victorian house set back from the road—the house that is to be her new home.

But it isn’t her house. It belongs to someone else—to a Mrs Violet Osborne. A woman who was no more than a name at the end of an advertisement for a companion that had caught her eye three weeks earlier.

More precisely, it wasn’t Mrs Osborne’s name that had caught her eye—it was seeing that Mrs Osborne lived in Belsize Park, a short distance only from Kentish Town. Kentish Town, the place where Alice had lived when she’d been Mrs Thomas Linford.

Thomas Linford—the man she still loves, but through her own stupidity, has lost. The man for whom she’s left the small Lancashire town in which she was born to come down to London again. The man she’s determined to fight for.

Amazon Buyer Reviews –  [See all reviews]

I thoroughly enjoyed this second meeting with the Linford family and its cast of strong, rounded characters. I also greatly appreciated the period detail which brought the scenes alive, in both Lancashire and London, without slowing the pace of the plot. The final outcome is deliciously unexpected and moving. I look forward to the final book in the trilogy. (Angela Reid. Amazon review)

Book Details:

Publisher: Nielsen (27/08/20)
Language: English
Paperback: 360 pages
ISBN-10: 1913687058
ISBN-13: 978-1913687052
Dimensions: 12.7 x 2.29 x 20.32 cm

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