The Farm Girl’s Dream: A Heartbreaking Family Saga
By (author) Eileen Ramsay
From the fields of Angus to the shores of Mexico, a family struggles to find their way home. Perfect for fans of Nadine Dorries, Rita Bradshaw and Kitty Neale. To young Victoria Cameron, Angus, Scotland is the most beautiful place on earth and she wishes nothing more than to stay on her little farm for ever. But the death of her beloved grandfather leaves her and her mother without a farm and struggling to make ends meet. Never one to give up, Victoria soon finds work in a Dundee mill, while her mother supports them by taking in lodgers. Neither ever expected one of those lodgers would be John Cameron, the father that walked out on them so many years ago. Victoria is torn about how to receive this stranger, and torn about the other man in her life – a young boy she thinks she could love if only he comes back from the war. What everyone’s saying about Eileen Ramsay: ‘This wonderful panoramic novel sweeps you up and carries you along to the end. Lovely!’ Katie Fforde ‘An unpredictable ending, a few surprises along the way and several tear jerkers – I enjoyed every minute of it.’ Historical Novel Review ‘Captivating romance …The beautiful Scottish setting only adds to this poignant and poetic journey …This book is as unique as it is exquisite.’ Daily Record Missed the first in Eileen Ramsay’s Flowers of Scotland series? Rich Girl, Poor Girl is available now! Search 9781785762215 to get your copy. MEMORY LANE Introducing a new place for story lovers – somewhere to share memories, photographs, recipes and reminiscences, and discover the very best of saga writing from authors you know and love, and the new ones we simply can’t wait for you to meet. Join us at www.MemoryLane.club.
Eileen Ramsay grew up in Dumfriesshire. After graduation she went to Washington DC, where she taught in private schools for some years, before moving to California with her Scottish husband. There, she raised two sons, finished her Masters Degree, fell in love with Mexico, and published her first short stories and a Regency novel. The family returned to Scotland where Eileen continued to teach and write and to serve – at different times – on the committees of The Society of Authors in Scotland, The Scottish Association of Writers and The Romantic Novelists Association. In 2004, her novel SOMEDAY, SOMEWHERE was shortlisted for the Romantic Novel of the Year award. Eileen is currently Chair of the Romantic Novelists’ Association.