Joseph Thompson was a young man living in Ireland when he was swept up in the Great War, not returning home for years. Injured and emotionally scarred, he returns to find that not everything is as he left it. Now, he must do his best to find himself after the horrors of the front line, take care of his parents, the family business, and deal with political tensions rising in Ireland. These tensions seem to be more than he can handle, but, when he meets Mary-Kate, he will discover that maybe his life is just beginning, and that love can beat any hardships one might be faced with. The Tailor's Daisy is a wonderful story written with a lot of heart about the importance of family and having perseverance when faced with difficulties.
ISBN : 978-1-80074-498-1
Pages : 166
Size : 205x140
Imprint : Olympia Publishers
Nikita Catherine is from Tipperary, Ireland, growing up not far from the original homestead of this story's main characters. She is their great-granddaughter, by their son, Billy, and his wife, Kitty. She is a huge bookworm-fiction and history being her favourite. She based a lot of this book on the anecdotes and stories told to her by her grandmother, Kitty, on how her great-grandparents lived and raised their family in difficult circumstances, and on the stories of what her grandfather got up to with his siblings and kids. She has a diploma in photography-preferring portrait and landscape.