May of Ashley Green by Lilly Adam
The year is eighteen sixty and at seventeen, May Huntley has lived all of her life in the quiet hamlet of Ashley Green, Cheshire, with her loving ma. One November night, a terrible tragedy occurs which is set to change her life forever. Taken in by the kind and elderly Mrs Weaver, who feels she must disclose some shocking family secrets, and warn her of the impending danger, May is left distraught. Finding herself in the evil hands of the ruthless Bill Haines, from the East End slums of London, May’s life is in grave danger. While Jack Turrell and his father Bart go in search of May, her family secrets continue to unravel, bringing more shocks and surprises, and a blossoming romance between her and Jack.
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About the Author
Lilly Adam was born in London where she spent her early childhood before moving to areas of Surrey and Sussex. Throughout her life she has always been passionate about reading and writing stories and poetry and has a keen interest in history. With an ambition to become an author, it was after a long pause whilst growing up her family in Oxfordshire, that she finally found the time and brain space to put pen to paper and begin. Having a great interest in the Victorian era and of days gone by, Lilly Adam wrote her first novel set in this period. May of Ashley Green is her debut novel, although she has previously written a book of poetry under another pen name. Lilly Adam is currently working on her second novel which is also set in the Victorian era.
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