Rossetti is a young charismatic artist who falls in love with his model Lizzie Siddal, she agrees to sit for him exclusively. But he has many admirers that sour their relationship. But he is not the only Pre-Raphaelite that has difficulty with his relationships. Millais falls in love with art critic John Ruskin’s wife. And Hunt gets engaged to Annie Miller, but Annie finds that he is no longer happy with her as he used to be. And if that is not enough, to make matters worse, Hunt and Millais decide to go to work in Palestine, but they have not invited their good friend Rossetti along with them. Rossetti goes to visit Hunt only to find he has already left for the east. Annie invites him in and they share their troubles with one another. But Lizzie cannot take anymore of her lover's nonsense, she goes where she pleases and does whatever she likes.
About the Author
Steve Phillips was born in St Asaph in Wales; he grew up in Llanrhaeadr an idyllic village famous for its Waterfall. He gained a BA degree in English Literature with Media Studies and History at Glyndwr University Wrexham 1999. It was while studying towards his degree that he first heard of the Pre-Raphaelite Sisterhood. He soon became fascinated by them and decided one day he would write short story about them. Steve presently lives in Oswestry with his cat Poe.