This is the third book in the trilogy following the life of Amy, from childhood to womanhood. I thoroughly enjoyed the first two books, I couldn’t wait to finish them and move on to the next. However, I feel this third book is not quite up to the standard of the other two. The story, especially in the beginning too drawn out, it didn’t grip me from the word go, as the other two did and took a long time to get to the more interesting bit. Perhaps the author was stretching it out to make it worthwhile as a third book. It was still a good read and brought to a satisfying conclusion. It is well worth reading all three books.