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Elm Tree Road / Anna Jacobs.

By: Jacobs, Anna, 1941- [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Jacobs, Anna, Wiltshire girls: book 2.Publisher: Leicester : Thorpe, 2012Edition: Large print ed.Description: 350 p. (large print) ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9781444811209 ; 1444811207.Subject(s): Fathers and daughters -- Fiction | Farmers -- Fiction | Lancashire (England) -- FictionGenre/Form: Large type books. | Love stories. | Domestic fiction.Summary: Driven from their home by their brutal father, the Willitt sisters - Mattie, Nell and Renie - face more heartache. Nell marries her lover, Cliff, and after parting ways with Mattie the couple take the youngest sister Renie to Lancashire. But Nell's marriage suffers - after giving Cliff a daughter, she's unable to conceive again. Then, after Renie leaves for London, tragedy strikes, and Nell, mad with grief, runs away hoping to be reunited with her sisters. A gypsy tells Nell she will still find her destiny, under 'three big trees on a hill'. Meanwhile she meets Hugh, a farmer who she feels drawn to. Could the trees on his land be a sign, or is Nell too damaged by her past to let herself love again?
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In the sequel to 'Cherry Tree Lane', Nell, the second Willitt sister, leaves her brutal father and moves with new husband Cliff to Lancashire. But Nell's happiness is short-lived and when tragedy strikes, Nell, mad with grief, runs away.

Driven from their home by their brutal father, the Willitt sisters - Mattie, Nell and Renie - face more heartache. Nell marries her lover, Cliff, and after parting ways with Mattie the couple take the youngest sister Renie to Lancashire. But Nell's marriage suffers - after giving Cliff a daughter, she's unable to conceive again. Then, after Renie leaves for London, tragedy strikes, and Nell, mad with grief, runs away hoping to be reunited with her sisters. A gypsy tells Nell she will still find her destiny, under 'three big trees on a hill'. Meanwhile she meets Hugh, a farmer who she feels drawn to. Could the trees on his land be a sign, or is Nell too damaged by her past to let herself love again?

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