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Roses For Rebecca

ebook / ISBN-13: 9781444718423

Price: £8.99

ON SALE: 10th November 2011

Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Romance

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A missing love. An unexpected baby. A huge decision.

Orphaned and homeless, Rebecca Lawson, is forced to return to London to live and work with her aunt and uncle at their pub in the East End. Then one fateful day, Ian Beresford walks into the bar and eighteen-year-old Rebecca, longing for security and a home of her own, falls deeply in love.

But Ian disappears and Rebecca discovers to her horror that she’s pregnant. Frantic with worry, she travels to his family home in Stoke-on-Trent to find him. But awaiting her is the shocking news of an appalling tragedy.

Will Rebecca keep her baby, and finally find the happiness she’s been seeking?

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Praise for Roses For Rebecca

‘A sensitive and well crafted portrayal of a young, unmarried girl . . . How true to life it seemed’
Historical Novels Association

‘A touching and genuinely moving novel with a cast of brilliant characters’
Maureen Lee

‘[Kaine] has a real gift for characterisation and for making the various people who bring her tales to vivid life totally believable’
Leicester Mercury

Reviews

'A touching and genuinely moving novel with a cast of brilliantly drawn characters.'
Maureen Lee, on ROSES FOR REBECCA
A riveting story, absorbingly told
<i>Ireland on Sunday</i> on ROSEMARY
'She has a real gift for characterisation, and for making the various people who bring her tales to vivid life totally believable.'
<i>Leicester Mercury</i> on ROSES FOR REBECCA
A perfect novel . . . Kaine is great at conveying the tough times following the Second World War. Beth is an inspiring heroine, and readers will love her rise from rags to riches
<i>Irish Tatler</i> on RING OF CLAY
Kaine is a fantastic storyteller and has a knack for connecting with the reader and making her characters seem true to life
<i>Woman's Way</i> on ROSEMARY
a sensitive and well-crafted portrayal of a young unmarried girl . . . How true to life it seemed. A good read.
Historical Novels Review