This grand saga of the Suttons of Yorkshire reaches its triumphant conclusion
1942: Britain is in the midst of the darkness, the fear, the horrendous bloodshed of war. For the Sutton clan, it is a time of dread that all Europe shares, of fear for the future, and, oddly, of consummation and hope.
Love blossoms as war demolishes . . .Daisy Dwerryhouse still waits for her Keth and for the wedding she and all in Yorkshire's Rowangarth long for. But Keth is on a secret mission in France, so dangerous that the big question is: will the wedding ever happen? Love is in the air, too, for Sebastian. He has found the woman of his dreams, the landgirl Gracie, but she swears that she will not fall in love in wartime. Can he change her mind? And Drew is besotted by the spirited Kitty: he will inherit Rowangarth, and their future seems assured. Are they ships that pass in the night, rocked by the waves of war?
A golden future beckons . . . For all the Suttons, these are years of changing horizons, of loss, and, ultimately, of finding.