The Orchid House is a stunning and unforgettable novel about the relationships of three friends, Ginny, Bella and Leila, and climatic developments in their personal lives that change everything.
Ginny and David Sinclair, aware their marriage is now on the rocks, visit the moors of Devon to try to recapture the feelings of their earlier years. Instead of peace and resolution, extraordinary events take place where David rescues a young girl trapped in a fast-flowing river.
Meanwhile Bella Boswell, back home in Sandwich in Kent, is trying to escape her tyrannical husband, Steve. Befriended by Ginny and by Ginny’s friend Leila Mistry, a legal advocate for women, Bella at last finds the courage to speak out. However, no one could have foreseen the disastrous consequences to follow. Leila herself is faced with an unwanted arranged marriage, and is made to choose between her family and the man she loves.
About the Author:
Jane Sheridan grew up in the north of England, spending her spare time in the local library reading books and dreaming of writing her own. She studied Civil Engineering in London, fulfilling her passion for all things mathematical.
Working on her third novel, Jane now lives in the North Downs of Kent. She is married with three children, and has a horse, a dog, a cat and chickens.