A compelling tale of love, loss and heartbreak - the second novel in Catherine Cookson's classic Hamilton trilogy.
It seemed the clouds that had darkened so much of Maisie’s early life had finally cleared away. Freed at last from a disastrous marriage, she had also become a bestselling author with her very first book – all about Hamilton, the remarkable horse her imagination conjured for solace through the long years of an unhappy marriage. Hamilton proved to be a real guide, philosopher and friend over many years. Now she was to be married again, and Hamilton marked the occasion by taking a wife himself – a mare called Begonia. Living in London with her new husband, Nardy, her life seemed perfect. But Maisie was destined never to have long-lasting happiness as the bitter hatred of someone in her past would lead to further heartache…
“The most celebrated novelist of our time.” THE TIMES