Heart of the Home

| August 28, 2014


Heart of the Home

Avril Gray, the prodigal daughter, has returned home.

Having just finished her master’s degree in science, Avril finds herself back at Riverview, the family farmhouse that lies close to the Scottish border, with hopes to leave again very soon.

But what greets her is not the happy home that she left.

Her mother is gravely ill, and her step-father and brothers are struggling.

Avril can’t bear to leave her family when they need her most, so she settles back into the village and its way of life, with her close friends and family surrounding her, and with the love and guidance that she needs during this trying time.

It’s here that she reunites with Dean, the farmer boy next door whose ambitions are greater than his family will allow him.

Avril and Dean soon grow close, much to the chagrin of his mother.

She cares more about class than character, and is determined to find out the truth behind Avril’s upbringing and family.

Will Avril and Dean find a way to be together?

Or will she have to sacrifice all to save the Heart of her Home?

‘Heart of the Home’ is a moving romantic drama. It is the follow up to ‘Coming Home’ and ‘A Home of Our Own’.

Praise for ‘Coming Home’:

‘A classic story of love and hope’. – Holly Kinsella, best-selling author of ‘Uptown Girl’.

‘A gripping read’. – Robert Foster, best-selling author of ‘The Lunar Code’.

Gwen Kirkwood is the author of sixteen Scottish novels and six shorter romantic novellas, including ‘A Question of Love’. She won the Elizabeth Goudge Trophy, judged by Richard Lee, when it was re-introduced to mark the millennium in 2000. She lives in Scotland.

Endeavour Press is the UK’s leading independent publisher of digital books.


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