Sisters and Brothers by Judith Glover
The Sussex Quartet 2

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Isabelle and Frank Flynn...Rosannah and Harry Weldrake...sisters and brothers from opposite ends of Victorian society. The Weldrakes are decadent heirs to a wealthy family of racehorse breeders, the Flynns the illegitimate children of a notorious stallion leader and a country alehouse keeper.

When Rosannah defies convention to marry Frank, she allows unbridled passion to blind her to the fact that her social position is the bait that attracts the young fist-fighter. There are those determined to put an end to this sham marriage, but it is left to Frank's naive sister, Isabelle, to suffer the consequences of his ambitions to become a gentleman.

The drama between the Weldrakes and the Flynns, played out against the richly evocative background of Sussex in the 1870s, creates tensions which must finally explode into violence, bringing with it the taint of public scandal... and finally a love that redeems all.

 

About Judith Glover

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Judith Glover wrote Drink Your Own Garden in 1979 after a generous neighbour gave her a box of parsnips grown in his garden and she was inspired to begin brewing at home.
 
Published May 21, 2015 by Hodder & Stoughton. 288 pages
Genres: History, Literature & Fiction, Romance. Fiction
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