"When you've finished one of Rosmunde Pilcher's novels, you're ready for another." -- "The New York Times."
Emma Litton couldn't get on with her life until she found out just what place she'd had in her father's heart. She'd been going to school in Europe since she was fourteen, then found a job in Paris, always wondering what her famous artist father was doing in Japan or America or at their cottage in Cornwall. Even after she met Robert Morrow, the handsome gallery owner, and rediscovered her stepbrother, Christo, she still felt compelled to probe into the truth about her past. But Emma might learn too late that it was the truth about herself she had to find and that letting go is the first step to keeping love.
"Ms. Pilcher knows all the aspects of the human spirit, how it behaves in joy and sorrow." -- Maryilin Harris, author of "American Eden"
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - MrsLee - LibraryThing
A short novella about a young woman who has a crap dad who happens to be a genius artist. When he hies off to another woman in another country, she then takes up with a crap boyfriend who is a genius ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - moonshineandrosefire - LibraryThing
Emma knew only two men in her life - her absentee father, an artist who had left her in a boarding school and only visited her every few years and Christo - her stepbrother of a few months who now ... Read full review