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Lottie Bingham is on the run. Hounded by the press and paparazzi, she flees her home, her job, her family and friends and runs to the anonymity of life in a lodge house on a remote estate in the North Yorkshire moors, wanting only to lick her wounds and reconnect with her true self.
Lullingworth, is the ancestral home of the famous son and heir of the Tippetts Tea dynasty, Oliver Tippetts, who, after suffering a tragic loss has become a recluse. Oliver returns to Lullingworth to run the estate but cannot bring himself to enter the grand house that was once his family home. Instead, holed up at the gate house, he closes out the world and is lost in grief.
On exploring her new home, Lottie discovers a tin of fascinating letters in the attic. Written by the mysterious Grace, they reveal astounding family secrets, long buried and forgotten, that when discovered by Lottie, have the potential to completely change hers and Oliver’s lives. These letters contain with them not only the answers to so many questions about the Tippetts family but also vital lessons in the art of grace.
Can Lottie and Oliver come to terms with their own grief and reveal the truth to one another about who they really are, or will their secrets overwhelm them and destroy everything they hold dear?
‘....really fell in love with your wonderfully engaging author voice and Lottie.’
- Harlequin UK
‘I very much enjoyed your script; your narrative whips along with a nice pace and I found it very easy to connect with your characters (a feature I think crucial in women’s commercial fiction).’
- Sheila Crowley: London Literary Agent
‘LOVED HEIRS AND GRACES!!! Great story and characters, and of course loved how they evolved themselves.
Loved the atmospheric touches, I really felt like I was THERE.’
- Lola Jones: founder of Divine Openings
Sally King has, ‘the writing style that reminds me of Harriet Evans, which is no mean feat.’
- Helen Bryant: Publisher
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