A story of love and betrayal set in the quaint Staffordshire village of Edingale in 1946. Haunted by her past, Hannah Kimble has built an impenetrable barrier around her. Life has been hard, with few pleasures. She yearns for love or even a little affection. By chance, she meets the new owner of Edingale Manor, a charismatic American. Major Joshua Tyne. When he shows interest in her, Hannah believes he loves her. But has she misinterpreted his actions and mistaken simple kindness for love? Then there's the betrayal!
©2013 Patricia Pitt (P)2016 Patricia Pitt
both characters had powerful back stories which explained their motivations for conflict within their relationship. the hero was loveable and the heroine thankfully was intelligent and independent. the sub characters were very well developed and portrayed, leaving me wondering whether there might be a spin off featuring one of my favourite sub characters, May.
I loved the satisfying happy end and thought the fact that hannah got to live in her dream location was a lovely and clever touch.
I look forward to reading more from this author in the future.
PLeased to say one of the best.
Hannah and Josh. Great characters.
Yes. It brought back memories.
Downloaded this book as I liked the sound of the story and I wasn't disappointed.the story itself is a romance that brought an odd tear to my eye.set in a lovely village during ww2 I throughly enjoyed it the narration is good very clear and well spoken.would recommend this book if you want a heartwarming touching and delightful story
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