In difficult circumstances, Charlotte Ward, once a famed stage actress, tries to restart her career--only to experience disaster. Against her better judgment, her estranged daughter, Rosalind, comes to her mother's rescue and moves her to a quiet English coastal village. Charlotte is grateful to get to know Rosalind after years apart. As one who has regrets about her own romantic past, it's a joy for Charlotte to see love blossom for her daughter. For Rosalind, however, it's time away from teaching--and now she must care for the mother who wasn't there for her. And what could be more complicated than romance? Together, mother and daughter discover that healing is best accomplished when they focus less on themselves and more on the needs of others.
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"Listeners hear the story of Charlotte Ward, star of the London stage, who puts her infant daughter, Rosalind, into the care of an aunt in order to continue her career. After a failed marriage and a disastrous return to the theater, she finds herself reunited with her daughter, now an adult, who begrudgingly takes Charlotte in. The two learn the power of service to others in mending their broken relationship. With her crisp, clear tone, and precise enunciation, Beverly Crick brings these characters to life. Through her vocal versatility, listeners will feel emotionally connected to both Charlotte and Rosalind. Crick captures the emotional content of the novel and brings the characters' personalities to life, creating a memorable listening experience. C.S. © AudioFile 2017, Portland, Maine"
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