As if being blind isn't hard enough, Erin Moore is abandoned by her stepfather in the heart of London with only her violin in her hands. When a group of squatters in the high-rise mansions of Park Lane offer her a place, she has no choice but to accept. Morceau, her seeming saviour, gives her his dearest possession--an antique violin named Allemande. The violin is a miracle, and Erin believes that with it, she can finally achieve her dream of playing in the Royal Albert Hall.
But what about her family? And why does Morceau suddenly seem like a different person? What is the real story of Allemande, and when her worst nightmare becomes reality, will she be able to keep going?
Copyright 2009 Lydia DeWolf