After the break-up of her marriage, Imogen escapes to the coast to be alone – and to find out more about her lighthouse keeper father who mysteriously drowned there in 1982.
She starts to see similarities in their lives, especially in the way they both intensely correspond with someone; he had a young female penfriend, she has an actor-musician Twitter friend in Madrid.
Two stories of communication: the hilarious mistakes, the painful misunderstandings, and the miracle – or tragedy – of finding someone out there with whom you have an unforeseen, irresistible connection.
‘A fresh new voice telling a charming and moving story of love, loss, loneliness, Twitter and Spanish lessons. An absolute delight.’ – Louise Douglas, bestselling author The House by the Sea
‘A wonderful romance that deftly weaves past and present – a story so full of music it sings.’ – Avril Joy, author of Sometimes a River Song, Costa Award winner
Gawd, give this woman some water! I can’t listen 🙉 . But if you want to know the inspiration behind The Lighthouse Keeper’s Daughter…