‘The Butterfly Room’ by Lucinda Riley

Posy Montagu loves her family home, Admiral House. It’s been the foundation of her life, from the days of her childhood through to raising sons and tending the garden and grounds, but it is in dire need of repair. Her eldest son Sam is a terrible businessman out to prove himself and her younger son Nick has reappeared after ten years in Australia. As if all of this isn’t enough to contend with, she comes face to face with Freddie her first love, fifty years after he abandoned her and left her heartbroken. In the style that has made her so popular, Lucinda Riley has belted out a family saga complete with dark secrets, miscommunication, torrid affairs and it’s all set in a rambling house in Suffolk. This is a big novel but if you’re a fan of Riley, you’ll race through the pages to see how it all pans out.

Published by Pan ISBN 1529014964

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