Three couples in crisis, multiple friendships under pressure.
On-off-on lovers Daniel and Tina return to their childhood town near Snowdonia. After twenty-five years together, they marry in typically chaotic fashion, witnessed by old friends, Victoria and Linda who become entangled in the drama, their own lives changing beyond recognition.
However, as all their marriages begin to splinter, and damaged Victoria begins an affair with Daniel, the secret illness that Tina has been hiding emerges. Victoria's crazed and violent ex-husband attempts to kill Daniel and nearly succeeds, in a fire that devastates the community. On the eve of their first wedding anniversary, Tina returns to face her husband, but is it to say goodbye forever, or to stay?
Praise for White Horizon; 'This is a very good contemporary story about human relationships, intrigue and romance all set in a beautiful part of Snowdonia in North Wales. The place and people come to life in Jan Ruth's descriptive, very accomplished and realistic story.
Her characters are well developed, plausible, as if real people, that the reader can't help but develop both affinities and aversions to, as I did. The underlying understanding of human nature, its strengths, weaknesses and aspirations all shine through in this well rounded story...'
This publication is written in British English. Spellings and grammatical conventions are conversant with the UK.
Also by Jan Ruth: Wild Water, Midnight Sky,The Long & The Short Of It.
About Jan Ruth; Jan Ruth lives in North Wales and her novels feature the rugged Welsh landscape and more often than not, her love of dogs and horses. Although she writes serious love stories with strong characterisation, she also captures the humour of modern everyday life and the endless complications of relationships.