This is a captivating tale of finding love - and never letting it go.
It is the summer of 1914 and Tilly Moon, an accomplished pianist, longs for the day she can take her music studies further.
If there is one thing she loves more than music, it is her brother Tommy's best friend Dominic, and luckily he feels the same. But on 4th August 1914 their budding romance is interrupted when Britain declares war on Germany.
Dominic and Tommy are quick to enlist and Tilly herself gives up her music to train as a nurse. But while she throws herself into her new role, her heart and mind remain fixed on Dominic.
Will he return to her as promised and fulfill their engagement?
About the Author
Margaret Thornton was born in Blackpool and has lived there all her life. She is a qualified teacher but has retired in order to concentrate on her writing. She began by writing articles and short stories for magazines and has since gone on to have fifteen novels published, most of which are set in Blackpool. Her family sagas range from the late Victorian period, through to the Twenties, the Second World War, and the Fifties and Sixties. She has two children and five grandchildren.
'Engaging and sympathetic - Her books have a warm glow that shines right through to the last page. Bask in it and enjoy!' Lancashire Evening Post
Number Of Pages: 503
Published: 14th June 2010
Publisher: Allison & Busby
Dimensions (cm): 17.7 x 11.1 x 3.7
Weight (kg): 0.274