Today is our spot on the Millie Gray tour for The House on Rosebank. The book looks and sounds fantastic. I will have a review very soon on the blog. I am on holiday from Monday so plan to catch up on all my review books. But today I have a spotlight feature for you to get to know the book a little better.
Back of the book
Leith, 1953. Kirsten Mowat, eighteen years old and with a joyful spring in her step, couldn’t be more in love with her sea-faring sweetheart Duncan Armstrong. But, seven years later after a hasty wedding, a twist of lies and wrenching loss Duncan and Kirsten’s relationship has faded to tatters. When those closest to her turn their backs, Kirsten alone, with a young family to care for must gather all her spirit and strength if they are to survive. From much-loved Millie Gray, The House on Rosebank Lane is an Edinburgh story of families entwined, of sorrow and hopefulness . . . and of a young mother’s love for her children and a transforming quest for happiness.
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