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Despite living by the side of the Thames, with its noise, disease and dirt, 18-year-old Rosina May has wanted for little in life. Until her father's feud with a fellow bargeman threatens to destroy everything. To save them all, Rosina agrees to marry Harry, the son of a wealthy merchant. But a chance encounter with a handsome river pirate has turned her head and she longs to meet him again.
When her father dies a broken man, Harry goes back on his promise and turns Rosina out onto the streets. She is forced to work the river herself, ferrying rubbish out of London and living rough. In spite of her hardships, she cannot forget her pirate and when tragedy threatens to strike once more she is forced to make a choice. But is she really prepared to risk everything for love?
©2008 Dilly Court (P)2012 Magna Publishing, Random House Audiobooks 2012
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By Edwina on 22-07-2015

Constant heart

What a wonderful and intriguing storey once again told with passion which makes it easy to listen to

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3 out of 5 stars
By Michelle Dixon on 05-05-2017

Good as usual but not for me.

This is, as usual, a very good Dilly Court book. I, however, found it hard to follow, I don't know why but this always happens when the stories are on boats, ships etc. I prefer the story to be on land. The narration is the same as ever, good but always the same in her books, Annie Aldington, who always sounds the same in Dilly's books. She is an excellent narrator but sounds better in other books and in my opinion also sounds different. I have a lot of books with Annie reading them and sounds great.

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