“Find Moira for me. Tell her I’m sorry.”
When Eleanor’s father lies on his death bed, these are his instructions.
They become an obsession, leading Eleanor from Somerville College Oxford and her home in Woodstock to a cottage in Cornwall.
Who does she meet there?
Will he change her life?
And can she keep the promise she made in 1936 to the man she used to call her darling Daddy?
“A really compelling read.”
Brenda Stones, Author and Publisher
“I have just finished reading Daddy’s Girl. I first read it as The Choice and enjoyed it very much and wished to read it again. Your new version allowed me to do this and again I have enjoyed it immensely. Very clever to write a past, present and then to fill in the in-between.”
Paul Dominic Gray, Author and Song Writer