<h2><i>The darkest sins cast the longest shadows. </i></h2><p><b>County Mayo, Ireland, 1947. </b></p><p>In the worst winter in living memory, Ruby Flynn is rescued from the tiny cottage on the Atlantic coast where her family has perished. She is one of the storm orphans, taken in by nuns to be educated for a life in service. Now she must find her own way in the outside world. </p><p>The FitzDeane family have a thriving shipping business in Liverpool and they also own beautiful Ballyford Castle in Mayo. When Ruby is appointed as their nursery maid, a dangerous attraction to the young Lord FitzDeane begins to grow. Soon the tragedies and secrets that link her family to his will threaten to overwhelm them. </p><p>The darkest sins cast the longest shadows. </p><h2>What readers are saying about Nadine Dorries: </h2><p>'A brilliant read, a wonderful story and I have already pre-ordered the next book' </p><p>'Great read! Nadine Dorries is a top author, love her books!' </p><p>'Did not want it to end!! Gripping, detailed ... Really draws you in to the story' </p>
<p>The enthralling story of one Irish family, haunted by ancient wrongs. </p>
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