1963. When Eleanor meets famous young poet, Lyndon Chance, he offers a way to flee her abusive father. In return, she must pretend to be Lyndon’s wife. He takes her home to a Tudor manor on the Camel Estuary in Cornwall, where she finds herself in the middle of a feud between Lyndon and his twin brother, Oliver. It’s soon clear that the old house hides many dark secrets. But could they be a threat to Eleanor? Now. Taylor has come to idyllic Cornwall to research for her Master’s thesis, combining her love for conservation with a personal interest in Chance’s poetry. Haunted by her own tragic past, Taylor finds Chance’s notoriety fascinating. If only the poet’s grandson, Julius, wasn’t so determined to thwart her attempts to uncover his family secrets. As Eleanor realises she’s out of her depth at Estuary House, drawn to Lyndon like a moth to a flame, Taylor and Julius must fight their own attraction – but could shadows from the past tear them all apart? Astunning and richly evocative timeslip, perfect for fans of Lucinda Riley, Santa Montefiore and Kate Morton.