'I enjoyed this booked immensely. The story captivated me from the first chapter' Lisa Keeney, NetGalley.
'A harrowing, heart-wrenching and captivating tale' Julie Bonello, NetGalley.
'The plot was fast-paced and exciting, I simply couldn't put it down, so much so that I devoured it all in one sitting' Stacy Walton, NetGalley.
'This is truly an unbelievable historical read. I could not put it down' Michelle Russell, NetGalley.
Since the death of her parents when she was just a girl, orphan Ann Felton has had to struggle to survive. The grimy and gruelling Black Country is no place for a girl all alone and Ann is relieved when she gets works at The Bell public house, and is befriended by the local ladies of the night.
These bawdy, brave women take Ann under their wings, but with poverty gnawing hard at the people of Wednesbury life is a continual struggle. Ann can't bear to think how her friends make their money, but their friendship keeps her safe.
Victoria Beckett and Viscount Richard Wyndham have none of Ann's worries. Both grew up with silver spoons firmly in their mouths, and neither can understand Ann's struggles. But before long Ann will change both their lives forever, and in turn one of them might just save Ann from a fate worse than death...