From internationally bestselling author Dilly Court comes a breathtaking historical saga about fate, friendship, and family
Born on the same night in the summer of 1854, two infants are ripped away from their young mothers. Kate lives the life of a servant, penniless and shackled to her circumstances, while Josie grows up in the lap of luxury, given privilege and freedom she takes for granted.
Although their lives couldn't be more different, Kate and Josie have been friends since childhood. But their past binds them together in ways they must never know.
Until a chance meeting with a gypsy woman in the street forces Kate and Josie to confront the truth of their pasts—a truth that turns both worlds upside down and threatens their friendship and their very lives.
Way too long, Mostly drivel
Could have need a story told in 200 pages, rather than 400+. Wine on and on with irrelevant story lines that made no sense. I wanted to quit multiple times but read the entire thing to the bitter end. How this author is as well loved and published world wide is a mystery to me. 400+ pages of nonsense and drivel,that had nothing to do with bringing yup the story to the end. Painful to read.