Better Days will Come

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Publisher Description

When Bonnie runs away from home she leaves her mother Grace and sister Rita heartbroken. Each of their lives are in turmoil but their love for each other will see them through the most troubled of times.

Worthing, 1947

Widowed Grace Roberts comes home from her factory job one day to find that her eldest daughter Bonnie has run away to London. Utterly distraught she has no choice but to carry on with her life, struggling to make ends meet for her and youngest daughter Rita. Her boss, Norris Finley is a powerful and calculating man. He promises to assist Grace, but his help will come at a hefty price…

Pregnant Bonnie arrives in London eager to be reunited with George so they can begin their new life together. But while she waits anxiously on the platform at Victoria station, he never turns up. Unable to return home as she can’t bear the thought of bringing shame to her family, she is left to fend for herself and her unborn baby.

Disturbed by the apparent relationship between her mother and Norris, Rita flees home and meets Emilio who she marries. Yet Emilio is guarding a deep secret and when Rita uncovers the truth, she is left heartbroken.

Caught in the very worst of times and separated from one another, can the strong bond of family love eventually bring Grace, Bonnie and Rita back together again?

Reviews

‘A heartrending story about mothers and daughters’ Kitty Neale

Praise for There’s Always Tomorrow:

‘What a terrific read – Saga fans everywhere will love it and be asking for more from this talented new author.’ Annie Groves

‘Pam has written a vivid and realistic tale about life just after the war and into the fifties. There is a real sense of time and place and the characters are so richly drawn and authentic that they pull the reader along through the story effortlessly. This book is a real page turner, which I enjoyed very much.’
Anne Bennett

About the author

Pam Weaver is married with grown-up children. Her first novel, There’s Always Tomorrow was published by Avon in July 2011.

GENRE
Fiction & Literature
RELEASED
2012
12 April
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
384
Pages
PUBLISHER
Avon
SELLER
HarperCollins Australia Pty Limited
SIZE
913.9
KB

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