'I aint always going to be poor, I made me mind up to that.'
Dismissed from her position as housemaid under a cloud of misunderstanding, Tilly True is forced to return home. But Tilly is determined to make something of her life and, rather than admit the truth to her poverty-stricken family, she sets out once more in search of employment.
Her journey takes her to the London law courts, a grim parsonage in one of the most notorious parts of the East End and a house of ill-repute. But when she falls for the dangerous charms of Barnaby Palgrave, Tilly soon finds that her troubles have only just begun ...
A very good book but exactly the same story line as ‘A Loving Family’
Once again my heart was captured by the story being told. It was almost as if the reader was living Tilly’s life at one point I’m sure that my arm lifted in defence of the young girl unable to defend herself. What a marvellous talent the Author has had bestowed upon her, and to spread this talent far and wide in her writing willing to share it with others and give delight to millions can surely only bring her pleasure.
Best book I have ever read x