When Moss Llewellyn throws his daughter out of his house and forces her into wedlock with a gypsy, the stage is set for long years of bitterness between the obstinate landowner and his high-spirited daughter. Out of Janet's marriage with Guto Barry comes Anne, who from her earliest childhood is aware of her difference from the other children in the town, for this is Wales at the beginning of the twentieth century when school and chapel ruled.
Used availability for Maureen Peters's Daffodil Anne
November 1991 : UK Hardback
October 1993 : UK Paperback
July 1992 : UK Audio Cassette