River's Reach

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1887.

In rural Devon Rose Victoria Adams is desperate to find a way out of poverty.

Her cruel father mocks her ambition, but still she suspects there must something for her other than a life of barely scraping by.

Already a certified teacher, she is determined to improve the lives of the poor children under her care, but the new schoolmaster, Thomas Devlin, also refuses to take her seriously.

The arrival of a sophisticated painter and his sister at the abandoned Sandiford House might just be the change Rose needs, as Laurence Vane is desperate for her to model for him.

Could this be Rose’s path to a better life?

But why has Laurence had to leave London under such a cloud?

As Rose is drawn into the house more and more, her mother becomes increasingly anxious.

What secrets does the house hold?

Headstrong Rose must find a way to transcend her humble beginnings, but without losing herself in the process.

Praise for Christina Green:

"A page-turning story of love in a time of war." - Robert Foster, best-selling author of 'The Lunar Code'.

Christina Green is the author of several books including ‘River’s Reach’ and ‘Pictures of Love’.

Endeavour Press is the UK's leading independent publisher of digital books.

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