The author takes us to the swinging London of the 1960s, where shy, unglamorous Alexia Langley feels out of place even in her own family - and marries an ambitious young medical student in an attempt to find an identity. To a dilapidated Scottish castle, where Alexia learns something about love and about herself - after a heartbreaking divorce and a long struggle to establish a successful hotel while raising her daughter, Carly, on her own. And to Afghanistan, where a grown-up Carly will trace the roots of her own legacy in the dramatic nineteenth-century journey of her great-great-grandmother Charlotte: a woman who learned to face tragedy with bravery and to cross borders in search of her dreams.
This paperback is in very good condition with light spine creases.
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