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The Buttercup Fields,9780749957964

The Buttercup Fields

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Reprint
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9780749957964

ISBN10:
0749957964
Format:
Trade Paper
Pub. Date:
4/1/2013
Publisher(s):
Piatkus Books
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Summary

Can wrong choices early on affect a family's lives forever? Since they were pupils in the village school, it had been obvious that Becca the ploughman's daughter and George the blacksmith's son would one day marry. But Becca's scheming younger sister, Ellen, upsets their plans with a shocking announcement: she is pregnant with George's child. Shock and disillusionment sour Becca's good nature, but it is partly restored when Jethro, newly returned to the district, begins to pay her attention and eventually proposes marriage. He has inherited a nearby cottage from his aunt, and has plans to build a business specializing in furniture. While Becca and Jethro run their thriving business, Ellen and George have too many children and not enough money. The needy Ellen is forced to accept the charity that Becca offers, but it seems the two sisters will not be true friends againespecially as George remains convinced he married the wrong sister.

Author Biography

Elizabeth Jeffrey is the author of more than 20 historical sagas, including Rockhurst Hall and The Thirteenth Child.


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