Set in Stoke and Leicester, this touching new novel from the prize-winning author of Ring of Clay follows one girl's hopes and dreams through the inspiring and enduring changes of the 1950s.
Love was supposed to be easy . . .
Vibrant Maureen Matthews has always dreamt of a life beyond the Potteries. Then, just like a scene from one of her beloved movies, she meets handsome, charming Trevor Mountford. He seems to be everything Maureen ever hoped for and when he asks her to marry him, she has no hesitation in saying yes.
But married life isn't what Maureen thought it would be, and she starts to question both her life and her love. Then she meets Greg. He's completely different from what she thought she wanted - but could he be everything she's ever needed?
Praise for A Girl Of Her Time
'Ms Kaine's refreshingly simple prose is perfect'
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