A Cornish Inheritance by Terri Nixon – Review
A Cornish Inheritance is a moving story of tragedy, deception and one woman’s determination to protect her family. A Cornish Inheritance is the first of a sparkling saga that will keep you gripped to the end.
1920, Bristol. Helen Fox is happily married to the love of her life: charming, former playboy Harry. With their three children, glamorous lifestyle and extravagant parties, they have the perfect life. But after a tragic motorcycle accident, nothing will ever be the same…
Helen is forced to leave their home and move to the Fox family’s hotel on the Cornish coast – where she discovers her perfect life has been based on a lie.
Now Helen must find a way to build a new life for herself and her children with the help of a vivacious new friend, Leah Marshall.
But when the future of the hotel is threatened, Helen discovers that she hasn’t left her past behind after all, and unless she takes drastic action, she’s going to lose everything all over again…
Set against the dramatic Cornish coastline, this tale of tragedy and triumph will delight fans of Rosie Goodwin and Evie Grace.
A Cornish Inheritance is the first of the Fox family saga. It is a gripping and, at times, heart-breaking family saga. I couldn’t help caring for the characters, who felt as if they were living and breathing. I always enjoy stories about strong female characters and I became completely absorbed in the compelling Fox family story.
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