Sunday Times bestselling author Anne Baker returns with another compelling saga of family secrets, heartache and happy endings Dinah Radcliffe doesn't have much money to spend on the finer things in life but she shares a contented existence with her mother, Sarah. They have seen their share of troubles since Dinah's father was killed in the Great War but the Radcliffes have always made the best of things. When Dinah meets widowed businessman Richard Haldane at the races, her life changes beyond recognition.
Richard sweeps Dinah off her feet, dazzling her with a glimpse of wealth and privilege beyond her wildest dreams, and they are married in a matter of weeks. But Richard is not the man Dinah thought he was. Soon, she's learning that money can't buy you happiness.
And that she's married to a man who takes far more dangerous risks than just betting on his horses...
Anne Baker trained as a nurse in England, but after her marriage lived in Libya and Nigeria before returning to her native Birkenhead, where she worked as a Health Visitor. She now lives with her husband on Merseyside.