Janthina by Diana Bachmann
At the age of sixteen, young and innocent Janthina sets sail from Canada to spend a year with her grandparents at romantic Glenfalk Castle in Scotland. It is to be a year that will change her life forever.
With her sister Ruth, Janthina is quickly caught up in a social whirl, one that soon introduces her to the fatal charms of the handsome Anthony, heir to the Earl of Frey. But disaster soon strikes, and Janthina finds herself alone and uprooted once more, forced to begin again.
Full of passion and romance, Janthina is an unforgettable saga set in the heady early days of this century.
Diana Bachmann was born in Guernsey in 1950. She has three children and six grandchildren, plus a large family of stepchildren and step-grandchildren. Having lived in the Bahamas and Spain with her second husband, bestselling author Christopher Nicole, she has since returned to Guernsey. Inspired by her own experiences as a child evacuee during the Nazi occupation of the island, she authored the popular Guernsey Saga series.