Lise Jacobson, a young Danish girl, is a victim of vicious World War II retribution. She leaves Denmark and discovers success and tragedy in the Gower Peninsula of South Wales. During the 1950's and '60's she is persecuted by betrayal, deceit and revenge but the passion of her Celtic mother and the warrior spirit of her Danish father give her the strength to fight and prevail as a love behind closed doors tames and heals the cruelty of her past. Her real story begins and ends in the yellow sands of a Celtic dream.
An incredible twist in this pacey tale -------- a gripping read.
A captivating read in a beautiful setting -----
A very enjoyable read, once you pick it up you can't put it down. I was hooked.
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