Can one promise change the fate of two women decades apart?

Scotland, 1940

War rages across Europe, but Invermoray House is at peace – until the night of Constance’s 21st birthday, when she’s the only person to see a Spitfire crash into the loch. Rescuing the pilot and vowing to keep him hidden, Constance finds herself torn between duty to her family and keeping a promise that could cost her everything.


Kate arrives in the Highlands to turn Invermoray into a luxury B&B, only to find that the estate is more troubled than she’d imagined. But when Kate discovers the house has a dark history, with Constance’s name struck from its records, she knows she can’t leave until the mystery is solved . . .

Firstly apologies my review is up late (well blame the c word).

A big thank you to Avon books for my copy to review and having me on the tour. I loved lornas debut so was excited to read this

Ive read this and my heart has been uplifted. Whst a gorgeous story.

Full of history and a dual narrative and timeline. This gives great insight into a time gone by.

Romantic,inspirational and escapism which we all need right now.

Loved all the characters especially James.. swoon alert.

Highly recommend.

Published 19th March and do check out the other blogs taking part in the tour.

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