Ties Of Love
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Catherine Cookson once reigned supreme within this area, now there are two or three ladies after her crown. This is one of them. She is wonderful.
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Ties Of Love by Meg Hutchinson
'Don't go, Amber, don't leave Denny an' me alone, I be feared of this house.' If only she had heeded her ten-year-old sister's words! But Amber Neale returns from India to the devastating news of Bethany's death and her brother's disappearance. The man she holds responsible is mine-owner Uriah Buckley, a powerful man in Darlaston, and Amber knows he will make her life a living hell if crossed. But loyalty to her siblings prevails, and she determines to seek out the truth. Amber's only ally is Rani, the gentle Indian girl who owes Amber her life. Together they create a line of floral face creams and cosmetics, and go on to found a successful beauty salon. But wealth and success do not fill the heart. Amber still aches with the loss of her beloved family, and demons from her life in India haunt her dreams. Meanwhile the vile Uriah Buckley waits in the wings, determined to despoil the innocent girl rather than see her uncover his vicious secret.
ReviewsTies of Love will enthral, enchant and delight Shropshire Review Hutchinson knows how to spin a good yarn. One for those cold nights curled up in front of the fire. Birmingham Evening Mail on THE DEVERELL WOM A beautiful piece of imaginative living fiction. North Wales Chronicle on UNHOLY LOVE The mistress of simmering sagas gives us the story of another heroine, whose spirit and courage will entrance readers. Peterborough Evening Telegraph on PEPPERCOR
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Publication date6th June 2005
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