Lana and May are a very long way from home. Their Nigerian parents have emigrated to England in search of a better life for their family. Nineteen Fifties London is a great adventure to the girls but not always welcoming. There are signs in windows of lodging houses warning: 'no blacks, no dogs, no Irish'.When tragedy strikes and the girls lose their father, their mother is unable to cope. When she fails to recover from the surprise birth of another child all three girls are sent to an orphanage. Lana is determined to keep her sisters together but when baby Tina gets adopted, she must admit their family is about to be torn apart – perhaps for ever...
A heart-breakingly lovely and original saga celebrating black history which will appeal to saga fans new and old
Lola Jaye has penned four novels and a self-help book. Her work has been translated into several languages including Korean, German and Serbian. She grew up in South London and has also lived in Nigeria and America. She admits to watching too many soaps and reality TV but firmly believes they enhance her writing. She even taught a class on it!Keep up to date with Lola via her website: www.lolajaye.com, and on Twitter (@LolaJaye), Instagram, and Facebook.
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