Sara Judge was born in Zambia but educated and brought up in England. She trained as a dancer and spent several years on the stage, taking part in summer shows, pantomimes, and night club acts. Now retired and living in Sussex she enjoys spending time with her four grandchildren and attending Pilates classes. Honey Brown is Married is her tenth novel.
Honey Brown is Married by Sara Judge
It is March 1950 and Honey Brown marries the farmer she adores – August Blake Esq. With her mother-in-law determined to turn Honey, an ex-showgirl, into a respectable lady of the manor she has a struggle on her hands. Honey longs for the bright lights and glamour of the Windmill Theatre and the companionship of the other girls.
To make matters worse, Honey feels increasing animosity towards dairyman Nick and his insolent stare. Why does she dislike the handsome young man when everyone else appears to like him? When enmity between the two turns to disaster, Honey wonders if her life on the farm is really worth fighting for.