Honey's Farm is the third book in Iris Gower's powerful Cordwainers series.
High on the hills over Swansea stood Honey's Farm. There, young Fon Parks had come to nurse the frail invalid wife of Jamie O'Conner. When the sick woman finally died, it was only a matter of time before Jamie asked Fon to marry him, look after his small son, and help him with the backbreaking work of the farm. Fon adored the handsome Jamie and was happy to be his wife, even though she knew he did not love her. As conditions on Honey's Farm became more difficult, it grew apparent that someone was determined to destroy Jamie O'Conner - his home was smashed, his crops damaged, and finally Fon herself was threatened. Supported by the friendship of Eline Harries, who had once lived on Honey's Farm herself and who was facing betrayal by the man she loved, Fon resolved to win through, to stand courageously against the dangers confronting her, and earn the love of her husband.