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The Wind in the East

By Pamela Pope

Fenstowe, 1910: Flame-haired and hot-tempered Poppy Ludlow, the eldest daughter and apple of her father’s eye, is caught in the midst of the long-standing feud between the Ludlows and Kerricks…

When the Kerricks and Ludlows are united unexpectedly, secrets and lies, well-hidden, are brought to the surface. Tom Kerrick takes the opportunity to seize what is his. The drifter left to him becomes the source of trouble. His first time on board the boat, Tom mistakes Poppy for his old flame and the passion flows, uncontrolled.

Shocked by his father’s acts, Joshua Kerrick does all he can to protect him. But he is caught between the love of his life and his father. His loyalty can only lie with his father – but his attraction to Poppy Ludlow is hard to ignore. It is a battle that gnaws at him always. With trouble brewing, Poppy makes a life-changing decision for the sake of her family…

But the outbreak of war opens up old wound: a love that never died finds its way out, for it was a union that nothing could stand in the way of…

A superb saga of rivalry and passion in the bestselling Poldark tradition. This is a story of the drama, endurance and passion of an East Anglian community, set against the background of a long-standing family feud.

Pamela Pope dominated historical romance in the 1980s, writing a number of bestsellers, including The Magnolia Siege and The Candleberry Tree.

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