The Dancer's Promise

Absolutely unputdownable and heartbreaking historical fiction

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Pub Date 31 Jan 2024 | Archive Date 05 Feb 2024

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Description

When their father loses their family fortune, and their mother locks herself away, sisters Grace and Clementine are left to raise themselves in a grand London house that is slowly falling apart around them.

Each of them is determined to one day restore their fortunes and their family name and make a promise to do just that.

Clementine dreams of being a star on stage, a celebrated ballerina who will tour the world, earning fame and fortune. She is adamant she won't put her fate into a man's hands but take charge of it herself.

Grace, in contrast, sees security in a good marriage. Their eligible new American neighbour, with wealth, charm and looks, seems like the perfect match.

But when Clementine falls unexpectedly in love, it throws both sisters' lives into turmoil and forces each of them to ask if they are prepared to break their promise for a chance at true love...

A beautifully imagined historical novel about the bond between sisters and a changing world. Perfect for fans of Tracy Rees, Lucinda Riley and Kate Morton.

When their father loses their family fortune, and their mother locks herself away, sisters Grace and Clementine are left to raise themselves in a grand London house that is slowly falling apart...


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EDITION Ebook
ISBN 9781471413179
PRICE £2.99 (GBP)
PAGES 430

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