Lily's Daughter by Diana Raymond
Every family has its secrets

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A moving story about family secrets, and falling in love for the first time in 1930s England.

“Diana Raymond is an observant, sensitive writer whose characters come alive.” The Daily Telegraph

Young Jessica Mayne faces an uncertain future alone, when life takes an unexpected turn. She is invited to Huntersmeade, the home of her estranged Aunt Imogen. There she meets her handsome cousin, Guy, and Deirdre, the wealthy young woman he is expected to marry.

Is Jessica ready to discover the hidden truths about her family? And does she understand how falling in love for the first time, and with the wrong person, can be a bitter-sweet experience with far-reaching consequences?

Diana Raymond was the author of 24 novels, theatre criticism and poems. She was married to the celebrated novelist Ernest Raymond. Her hugely popular novel, Lily's Daughter, is now reprinted in an ebook edition for the first time by arrangement with her family.

From the publishers of Hardacre and Hardacre’s Luck.
 

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Published January 21, 2014 by Corazon Books (Historical/Saga). 236 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Jessica Mayne, the Lily’s daughter of the title, faces a number of obstacles as she learns more about her family, herself and the consequences of falling in love with her fickle cousin Guy.

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