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The Forgotten Orphan, EPUB eBook

The Forgotten Orphan EPUB


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The USA Today Bestseller!A world at warA secret from her pastA chance to be together...'A book full of emotion, secrets, hope and love...Excellent writing and I would definitely recommend to anyone who loves historical fiction' LisaA moving and compelling historical novel about love, second chances and resilience in the darkest of times.Southampton 1940Abandoned when she was tiny, Maisie Reynolds was separated from her twin brother and forced to grow up in Holly Bush orphanage - a place where she has never known love or kindness.But with the world at war and Hitler's devastating bombs coming ever closer, fate has other plans for Maisie and a secret from her past changes everything.When she meets handsome Canadian paratrooper, Cam, Maisie learns that love might not be lost to her after all - but not before her past life and D Day bring a tragic twist to her happiness.Readers are loving The Forgotten Orphan:'Absolutely fantastic...Boy I wasn't disappointed' Brid'Breathtaking...what an inspirational story' Booklover Bev'Just finished The Forgotten Orphan and just felt love and tears for all Maisie went this author' Patricia'So emotional, so moving, my heart hurt reading it' Abby'A must read...The writing is smooth and the plot never ceases to surprise the reader.

I didn't want this book to end' Martha'You certainly won't forget reading it...I confess it's the first book I have read by Glynis Peters but be reassured it won't be the last' Elaine'Be prepared for tears' Susan'I love when a book draws you into the story and it feels like you are living it with them' Jacqueline'I've read many historical fiction novels and this was one of the kindest ones for my heart, but it also kept those deep heartbreaking moments that make WWII novels so memorable' Ines'If you love Ellie Dean and Kitty Neale...It's like sticky toffee pudding on a cold winters day, a hug within a book' Reader review


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