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Candles in the Storm: A powerful and evocative Northern saga By Rita Bradshaw,

  • Title: Candles in the Storm: A powerful and evocative Northern saga
  • Author: Rita Bradshaw
  • ISBN: 9780747267096
  • Page: 419
  • Format: Paperback
  • The storm that s raging when fisherman s daughter Daisy Appleby is born in a village just north of Sunderland could be taken as a warning of a turbulent life ahead It s during another storm fifteen years later that her father and brothers are lost and Daisy rescues William, heir of a wealthy Southwick family, with whom she falls in love Soon, as her reward for saving himThe storm that s raging when fisherman s daughter Daisy Appleby is born in a village just north of Sunderland could be taken as a warning of a turbulent life ahead It s during another storm fifteen years later that her father and brothers are lost and Daisy rescues William, heir of a wealthy Southwick family, with whom she falls in love Soon, as her reward for saving him, Daisy is working for William s irascible aunt, while local lad Alf continues to court her Warned off by Daisy s grandmother, William denies his own feelings and so it will be many years later, after much hardship and turmoil, that Daisy finds the happiness she deserves, amidst the drama of the Great War.
    Candles in the Storm A powerful and evocative Northern saga The storm that s raging when fisherman s daughter Daisy Appleby is born in a village just north of Sunderland could be taken as a warning of a turbulent life ahead It s during another storm fifteen ye

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    1. An engrossing saga of the north east and I found it difficult to put down.This book was superb, I fell in love with Daisy and Wilhelmina characters coupled with the story line perhaps I will be looking for any book written by Rita Bradshaw4 star.

    2. Very enjoyable I like this authors way of writing she makes you feel as though you are there in that century I enjoyed the story, and in the end the main characters got together, so another happy ending I will be reading another of hers next.

    3. Great story well written.This is a not put down book,xurdtWas kept in suspence until near the end I never get tired of reading Rita Bradshaw.

    4. This is a great read it follows the life of Daisy Appleby born to a poor fishing family Daisy is strong and brave and looks after her family when tragedy strikes during a bad storm Her brave caring side actually helps her to change her life for the better During the storm she save William s life and falls in love with him on the spot but many people have a hand in making sure they never get together This book follows the ups and downs of Daisy s life No spoilers but if you like a saga you ll lov [...]

    5. A young girl scratching a living with her fishermen family in a row of poor cottages on the coast when a terrible storm changes her life for ever This story pulls at your heart strings as true love never had a chance with the rich poor divides running though the tale All true love stories have a good ending but you have to cry buckets full of tears to get therewheres my hankie.

    6. excellent story set before the first world war and continued into it.I always find it fasinating how others lived in those days with no benifits and social services just reliant on family and friends or their own initaitivea really good read.

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