Wishing Water by Freda Lightfoot
(Luckpenny Land)

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Synopsis

‘paints a vivid picture of life on the fells during the war. Enhanced by fine historical detail and strong characterisation it is an endearing story...’
Westmorland Gazette

An entertaining saga
Manchester Evening News on Luckpenny Land

Lissa Turner seems to have everything a girl could ever hope for: she’s pretty and intelligent, has warm and devoted parents and a beautiful home in the Lake District. But despite her good fortune, Lissa is not happy. For her real mother abandoned Lissa while she was still a baby, and her feelings of confusion and vulnerability have persisted. As soon as she is old enough she takes up a job in Carreckwater, a lively village in the heart of Lakeland. She makes many friends but is wary of close relationships. Secretly Lissa wants nothing more than to be loved and cherished, but her lack of faith in herself launches her into a disastrous marriage with sinister consequences...
 

About Freda Lightfoot

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Freda Lightfoot was born in Lancashire but now lives in Spain, where she produces her own olive oil. She has published over fifty short stories, numerous articles and more than thirty-five novels, including many bestselling family sagas.
 
Published July 26, 2010 by Freda Lightfoot. 448 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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