A Daughter's Journey

Author : Anna Jacobs

Publisher : Hodder & Stoughton

ISBN : 9781473677821

 

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About A Daughter’s Journey

Jo Melling has arrived in Birch End from Australia, still grieving her father’s recent death. She’s not intending to stay long, but after tracking down her distant family, Jo becomes more involved in village life than she could ever have imagined – and suddenly in danger too.

Jo also finds herself drawn to Nick, a handsome newcomer to the village. Nick had planned to settle in Birch End and start a business, but as he grows closer to Jo, he realises he may have to choose between his dreams and a chance at love.

Meanwhile, the new local council are faced with some tough decisions of their own. It’s time to take a stand against the poor conditions in Backshaw Moss, the nearby slum, but some councillors want things to stay as they are – and will go to any lengths to make sure they get their way . . .

Will the decent people of the valley win a brighter future for themselves? And can Jo find a way to stay with Nick in a place she’s grown to love?

Readers are loving A DAUGHTER’S JOURNEY!

‘Amazing’ – 5 STARS

‘Thank you, Anna, for the pleasure you give in all your books’ – 5 STARS

‘Another brilliant, hard-to-put-down book’ – 5 STARS

‘Can’t wait for the next instalment’ – 5 STARS

‘A real page turner, I can’t wait to read the next one’ – 5 STARS

‘Another triumph for Anna Jacobs’ – 5 STARS

‘BRILLIANT READ’ – 5 STARS

A Daughter’s Journey Review

This is my first book from Anna Jacobs and it definitely won’t be my last. Loved this story it had you on the edge of your seat the whole time. Brilliant read.

Sat down to read for half an hour, ended up finishing the book same day. Another treat from Anna Jacobs, loved it.

I really enjoy Anna,s books. To me the people are real and I enjoy the ongoing connections between characters. Good persoective of the times and the lives all types of people. Things don,t really change much.

As usual Anna has taken me on a wonderful journey her characters are so real that you can feel their heartbreak, sorrow and joy and the story is both wonderful and heart breaking, in its reality of the times.