The Shipbuilder's Daughter, Hardback

The Shipbuilder's Daughter Hardback


Glasgow, 1928. Margaret Bannatyne lost both of her brothers in the Great War and is now the last remaining child of wealthy and powerful shipyard owner William Bannatyne.

Without a male heir to carry on the family business, William expects his daughter to do her duty, marry well and provide him with a grandson to inherit his business.

Margaret loves her father but she has ambitions of her own: after witnessing a horrific accident when she was sixteen, she's determined to become a doctor.

Indulged by her father who believes a woman will never be allowed to work as a doctor, he lets Margaret finish her training but he doesn't count on her meeting Alisdair Morrison.

Alisdair, a union man at the shipyard, is everything William doesn't want for his daughter.

Margaret knows her father will disown her if she pursues a relationship with Alisdair but she can't deny her feelings for him.

Suddenly she's faced with an impossible, heart-breaking choice . . . will she choose love or obligation?




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