Publisher Rachel Hickman's debut novel for all those who in their teens dream of galloping along the sandy beaches of Cornwall, accompanied by a handsome groom with a secret. After losing her mother in an accident, Sass is sent to live with her uncle in England. Far from her native New York, the rocky shores and crumbling castles of Cornwall seem like the perfect place to hide her grief. And when she stumbles across a silver horse in a sunlit meadow, Sass feels a surprising sense of peace... only to have it broken by a boy. A novel that explores the ache of loss as beautifully as it captures the breathless excitement of first love.
Beautifully illustrated by award-winning designer Helen Crawford-White, this moving debut in the spirit of Daphne du Maurier 'fills a gap in the younger teen market for well-written, thrilling, romantic stories' - The Bookseller.