Mary Wesley’s bestselling final novel is a heartrending, beautifully told story of a woman who discovers her self-worth—and finds unexpected love
Caught in the middle of an air raid, seventeen-year-old Juno Marlowe is rescued by a frail, elegantly dressed man. His name is Evelyn Copplestone, and he offers Juno shelter and a letter of introduction to his family’s Cornwall estate. When Evelyn dies suddenly, Juno, with nowhere else to go, travels to the country to find her benefactor’s clan. There, she meets Evelyn’s father, Robert, a strong, handsome widower who gives Juno a home and a sense of purpose.
Robert, grieving the death of his son, finds himself irresistibly drawn to Juno. And Juno, who has never known love, discovers a true soul mate in this kind and devoted man.
Mary Wesley’s last novel is a captivating, life-affirming story of loss and renewal, first love, and second chances. At once realistic and romantic, it will capture your heart and never let go.