At sixteen Verity becomes sole heiress to a fortune founded on the wool mills of Yorkshire and realises for the first time that she is no more than a pawn in the games of ambitious men. Obedient to the conventions of the Victorian age, she accepts a marriage of convenience and cloaks her proud spirit in the silks and satins of a society hostess.
Read alsoPARKINSON PETE'S POEMS
This collection of illustrated poems provides a mixture of serious and humorous poems on the subject of Parkinson's Disease. It is hoped that they will give some insight in to living with the condition and amuse and entertain those involved with, or affected by, Parkinson's Disease such as patients, carers, relatives and clinicians. There are…
But for Verity Barforth convention is not enough. When at last she falls in love it is not with her husband, and she becomes the centre of a powerful drama of infidelity, jealousy and revenge, played out against the magnificent landscapes of the Yorkshire moors and the brutal poverty of the mills.
‘A vast exciting tapestry of love, hate and death . . . held me to the end’ James Herriot
‘A touching and ultimately satisfying love story.’ Jilly Cooper