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By Jennifer Robson

The overseas bestselling writer of someplace in France returns along with her sweeping moment novel—a story of sophistication, love, and freedom—in which a tender girl needs to locate her position in an international without end changed.

After 4 years as an army nurse, Charlotte Brown is able to depart in the back of the devastation of the nice warfare. The daughter of a vicar, she has continually been made up our minds to devote her lifestyles to assisting others. relocating to busy Liverpool, she throws herself into her paintings with these such a lot in want, simply tearing herself away for the full of life dinners she enjoys with the ladies at her boarding house.

Just as Charlotte starts to settle into her new conditions, messages arrive that would switch her lifestyles. One, from a thorough younger newspaper editor, deals her an opportunity to talk out should you can't. the opposite pulls her again to her prior, and to a guy she has attempted, and failed, to forget.

Edward Neville-Ashford, her former enterprise and the brother of Charlotte’s dearest pal, is now the recent Earl of Cumberland—and a shadow of the guy he as soon as was once. but below his conflict wounds and haunted eyes Charlotte sees glimpses of the captivating boy who in the past claimed her silly center. She desires to aid him, yet dare she possibility her destiny for a guy who can by no means be hers?

As Britain seethes with unrest and post-war euphoria flattens into sour unhappiness, Charlotte needs to confront long-held insecurities to discover her real voice . . . and the braveness to make your mind up if the lifestyles she has created is the single she really wants.

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In one minute’s silence, can you imagine what the Turkish fighters felt when they knew they could hold the high ground … and the rain that lashed them felt like tears of joy. And can you imagine, in one minute’s silence, the moment when the bloodied Diggers finally reached the razored heights of Gallipoli where the Lone Pine grew… to see that the hazy Turkish horizon was as impossible to reach as a castle in the clouds. And you can imagine, in one minute’s silence, as the Turkish fighters stood strong and straight in their freezing trenches… that the dream they dreamed, of going home, circled like a dove that might soon settle in quietened hearts.

In one minute’s silence, you can imagine the Anzacs strengthening their front lines as if to fight through every hour of every day of the bitter Turkish winter… yet in secret they were preparing to leave the cliffs and beaches of Gallipoli seven days before Christmas in 1915. But can you imagine, in one minute’s silence, as the Turkish fighters looked down from the cliffs… that the Anzacs were binding their boots in cloth, leaving presents and notes, and rifles rigged to fire, and about to make their way down to the sea and the waiting ships.

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