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Julie Monday enjoys a rare moment of happiness when at the age of eight she visits the Essex seaside and meets eleven-year-old Harry Walker. Ten years later, they meet again. Fated to be together, they marry just before the outbreak of the Second World War. But it’s now 1939, Harry has enlisted, and Julie must face the blitz alone with their son. Travelling back from work one day, Julie is caught in the chaos of a direct hit. Rescued from the destroyed air-raid shelter, but with severe memory loss, Julie is given a new identity as Eve Seaton. But it is not easy to become a new person.

©2012 Mary Nichols (P)2012 Soundings

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  • Louise
  • Dunton Green, United Kingdom
  • 07-04-18

Gorgeous story!

I absolutely loved this book. The main characters are delightful and the storyline surprisingly unpredictable in many ways. Beautiful story from start to finish, set against a really interesting WWII backdrop. Can’t wait to read more by Mary Nichols.