When Catherine and David Hammond move into their 18th century built dream house, Catherine couldn't be happier.
That is, until strange events start to happen, blurring the timeline between the present and the past.
When the past and present collide Catherine is drawn into a world far beyond her understanding, posing the question - is it possible to return to a life already lived?
Tilly Ashton, fresh from the country, thought life was going her way when she found employment as a house-maid in one of London's fashionable town houses. She was even more convinced when she met the local police Constable, Thomas Deering.
Falling in love with each other they made plans to marry. Then, her life took a drastic turn when the son of the house raped her, leaving her with a child and nowhere to turn. In despair she left the house, and Thomas.
While Tilly struggled to make a new life for herself, Thomas vowed he would not rest until he’d found her and extracted an explanation asto her sudden abandonment of him and their future together.
Orphans Amy Flint, seventeen, and her six-year-old brother Sammy arrived in London destitute and homeless. Dick, a boy they met on the road offered them shelter and protection. Looking for work one day, Amy, along with her brother, got lost in the sprawling city.
Meeting an older girl, Grace, who took them under her wing, a strong friendship was forged. Desperate to keep herself and Sammy from starving, Amy became a ‘Mud-lark’, working the Thames riverbed.
To take her mind off the back-breaking and bone numbing work, Amy sang. Her voice was heard one day by a Theatrical Agent who offered her a chance to escape the miserable poverty she, her brother and Grace endured.
From that day Amy found her life changed. She met the handsome and charismatic Charles Lattimer. But once married, Charles Latimer was not the man she thought him to be.
Dick was to enter her life once more when she most needed help. He gave her that help, but help that led to unforeseen consequences.