by Rosie Harris
A moving saga of conflicted family loyalties and late-flowering passion set in 1970s’ Liverpool.
Liverpool, 1973. Reluctantly, widow Jenny Langton decides to downsize, swapping the spacious family home she shared with her late husband for a one-bedroomed retirement flat at Merseyside Mansions.
It’s difficult enough attempting to start anew at her age, but the antics of her wayward granddaughter Karen, and her disastrous choice of men, threaten to drive Jenny to distraction. Finally conceding that Karen must make her own mistakes in life, Jenny determines to move on and no longer interfere.
Just as she’s settling into Merseyside Mansions and making new friends, Karen’s reappearance threatens to de-rail Jenny’s carefully-constructed new life and cause problems with her fellow residents. Her relationship with her granddaughter tested to the limit, Jenny must decide whether she should allow family loyalty to stand in the way of her future happiness – particularly now she’s about to embark on a late-flowering love affair …
Genre: Generational sagas
Moving On by Rosie Harris is available in the following formats
|Hardback||9780727884749||30th January 2015||141 X 222mm||224||£20.99|
|Ebook||9781780106281||1st May 2015||N/A||224||$6.99|
|Ebook||9781780106281||1st May 2015||N/A||224||£4.99|
|Paperback||9781847515803||30th September 2015||138 X 216mm||224||£12.99|