Hannah Kirk and Alice Moran have been friends since childhood. Growing up in the backstreets of historic Chester at the beginning of the 1900s, they are used to supporting each other when family life gets tough...Tom apart through circumstance, will the two girls ever be free of the weight of the past, or will the years of guilt and pain that now separate their lives become too much of an obstacle to overcome?
June Francis was brought up in the port of Liverpool, UK, and so although she started her novel writing career by writing medieval romance for Mills & Boon, it seemed natural to also write family sagas set in her home city due to its fascinating historical background, especially as she has several mariners in her family tree and her mother was in service. She has written twenty sagas set on Merseyside,as well as in the beautiful city of Chester and Lancashire countryside. She has also written ten Harlequin Mills and Boon historical romances. She really enjoy writing two different genres because it's not only fun but she learns so much from the research.
Todate one of her most pleasurable moments to do with her writing career is that an excerpt from her saga, 'Look For The Silver Lining', is to be used in a display in Liverpool's new museum down by the Albert Dock.
If you wish to know anything else about June then please go to www.junefrancis.co.uk