I'd read this book years ago and lost my copy, so was really looking forward to re-reading it, and it confirms that this is one of my favourite books by this author. The story follows Delia, who discovers her life has been a lie after being kidnapped by her own father. As we followe her story, more and more twists and turns about herself and her father arise, and the trickle of new information keeps the story interesting and exciting. The court scenes in this author's books are always some of the most gripping, and this was no different, leaving the book un-put-downable in the final stages. Great characters and a great story.