Years ago, Patsy Hemmingway gave her son up to his natural father Jack and his wife Laura because a baby didn’t fit into her lifestyle. But now Jac is six years old and Patsy is on her own. Cunning and ruthless, she is laying plans to get her boy back . . .
Jac is fiercely loved and protected by his parents, and by his half-sister, Kay. Blissfully unaware of Patsy’s schemes, the Armstrongs have other concerns – such as Kay’s marriage to the handsome, high-flying Steve and setting up home as lady of leisure. But Kay has the added distraction of Zacchi, her gypsy boyfriend from the past, igniting passions and turning her world upside down.
Meanwhile, the warning signs about Jac go unnoticed – and it’s going to take every bit of the Armstrong strength of character and resourcefulness to tackle the obstacles ahead . . .
A compelling family saga set in the 1960s East End, perfect for fans of Nadine Dorries, Katie Flynn and Kitty Neale.
Sizzles with passion
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A rich, vivid, three-dimensional, gutsy and sexy narrative which has you turning the pages into the early hours