The Ashleighs of Knightshill, a talented family who are proud of their ancestry, have their world turned upside down when the black sheep of the family returns after 12 years. This is the concluding volume in the Knightshill trilogy.
Emma Drummond was born in a military hospital into a large army family. She spent her early childhood in Hong Kong, where her father was stationed, and has continued to travel extensively. Before her marriage to a senior civil servant, she served as an officer in the W.R.A.C, She has written ten previous novels, including A Question of Honour and A Distant Hero, the first two volumes in the Knightshill trilogy. She lives on the edge of the New Forest in England.