A luscious, standalone family saga from Riley keeps her fans avid for more. Posy is nearing 70-years-old and has spent her whole life in her childhood country home, Admiral House, in Suffolk. But the increasing costs of upkeep force her to look at the looming necessity of selling. As an added incentive the money could be used to help her son, Sam, with what appears to be yet another business failure. Then the man she has always loved from her past reappears, and her other son, Nick, returns from ten years away in Australia. Posy has all this to negotiate as well as the emergence of some family secrets that changes her outlook considerably. Told in dual narrative with Posy as a youngster helping her father catch butterflies, and Posy in present-day – a woman moulded by her past into who she is today. Character development is superb and the lovely, old Admiral House that encompasses this whole family’s history is richly atmospheric. A real treat.