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At Treetops Foundling Home in Victorian Nuneaton, one special little girl brings sunshine and joy wherever she goes. A favourite of her foster mother, Kitty grows into a beguiling young woman but soon attracts the attention of more than one suitor with questionable intentions.

She quickly discovers that her beauty is no protection against the peril she finds herself in, as this innocent young girl makes her way in the music halls and theatres of the big city....

©2017 Rosie Goodwin (P)2017 W.F. Howes Ltd

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  • ian mcnamara
  • 07-11-2017

Outstanding book.

While this can be read as a stand alone book, I would recommend that you read Mothering Sunday first as you'll get to know some of the characters in the story better. This is the story of Kitty a little girl who is left abandoned on the steps of treetops manner house as a baby. She is well loved by Sunday Branning her Gardian who is struggling to have children of her own. However as she gets older because she's so beautiful it's hard for her to resist the attraction of mean people. She's lowered to London to live with her birth mother but can she protect herself from being used and exploited. This was a fantastic book and there were some very very moving parts in it, I was hooked into the story from start to finish and it was lovely to meet the characters from the first book and meet new ones as well. I am a big fan of this author already and think she's an author I will be reading for a long time to come.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 03-02-2018

BRILLIANT

Another fab book with a wonderful story. Again a brilliant narrator. Really enjoyed it. Thank you

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  • Nikki Bevan
  • 09-04-2018

lovely story

This is the second book in the series and was as good as the first. Can't wait for the next one and hope it is read by the same narrator.

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  • barbara
  • 20-02-2018

Marvellous

What a lovely story- thank you Rosie Goodwin - it was really, as all your stories are, wonderful. Charlie Sanderson read it so well. From the first chapter to the last I couldn’t stop listening and the details of the First World War were so interesting. I was hoping that there would be a sequel but after listening to the ending , which was so very sad - but happy for others - perhaps it will not be possible

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