The Travellers Daughter Michelle Vernal

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The Travellers Daughter  by  Michelle Vernal

The Travellers Daughter by Michelle Vernal
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ROSA’S PAST IS HER PANDORA’S BOX AND THE LID IS ABOUT TO BE LIFTED …‘If you lie down with dogs you’ll rise with fleas’ – Irish ProverbRosa Sorenson’s conversation was often peppered with what she liked to think were wise sayings from her homeland.MoreROSA’S PAST IS HER PANDORA’S BOX AND THE LID IS ABOUT TO BE LIFTED …‘If you lie down with dogs you’ll rise with fleas’ – Irish ProverbRosa Sorenson’s conversation was often peppered with what she liked to think were wise sayings from her homeland.

It was these conversational clangers that gave her daughter Kitty the only clue as to a childhood her mother refused to speak of. When she passes away suddenly, Kitty is resigned to never knowing the girl her mother once was. Then out of the blue she receives an invitation that will take her on a journey into the past Rosa never shared with her.Renowned photographer, Christian Beauvau has been commissioned to recreate the iconic print, Midsummer Lovers the shot that made him famous fifty years ago. It’s the first Kitty has heard of the photograph and she’s amazed to learn it features her mother as a young woman alongside a man called Michael in the Provencal town of Uzes, France.

Together with Michael’s nephew she has been invited to pose for the anniversary shot. Leaving her fledgling London cupcake business in the hands of her flatmate and to the consternation of her ex-Damien who has decided he wants her back and doesn’t deserve a second chance, she accepts. In doing so not only can she put some much needed space between her and Damien but she might just be able to heal the wounds of the past and find love in the process.The Traveller’s Daughter is a tale to lose yourself in.

It’s a story of redemption and love told with Michelle Vernal’s trademark warmth and humour.



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