When Kate McPherson is only ten years old, she loses both her mother and
her home. The man she knew as 'Uncle Edwin' has no place in his heart or
life for his dead mistress's little girl.
Kate becomes the ward of her aunt Sarah, her father's sister - a stern woman
who tells Kate the full story of her mother's shame. Edwin Hamilton-Harvey was
not the first man Kate's mother loved without benefit of marriage. When he came
back from World War I and married her mother, Edwin already had a wife, Ruth.
So begins a strange relationship between the orphaned girl and two women who
ought to hate her. For both Sarah and Ruth McPherson, Kate becomes a cherished
But tragedy strikes when Kate falls in love with Roddy Hamilton-Harvey, the son of
the man who once rejected her.
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REF : 9781444769760