A Mother's Courage

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Magna, 2008 - 478 pagine
When Eloise Cribb receives the news that her husband's ship has been lost at sea she wonders how she is ever going to manage. With two young children, the rent overdue and left with her charming but irresponsible husband's debts hanging over her she has no alternative but to turn to his estranged family for help. She sets off on the long and arduous journey to Yorkshire, but is met with hostility and soon realises she has little choice but to return to London. Virtually destitute and desperate, after several nights sleeping rough on the streets, Eloise is faced with her worst nightmare: she must either go to the workhouse, or abandon her children at the Foundling Hospital. She is determined to keep them safe and under her protective wing at all costs.

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Recensione dell'utente  - Harriet May - Goodreads

This book was really enjoyable as I love victorian families, i was really happy when it turned out to be a very surprising happy ending. Leggi recensione completa

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