Every Woman’s Son


Author: Val Wood

Daniel has lived his whole life with his mother, adoptive father, and his stepbrothers and sister in a small farm in Yorkshire. He has always been aware that he looks different from his blonde siblings, with his dark hair and brown eyes, and struggles to fit in. Growing up, he relies heavily on his childhood friends from the neighboring estate—Beatrice and Charles Hart—the….Read More

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