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Until We Can Forgive : A romantic, engrossing WWI saga of hope and courage, Paperback / softback Book

Until We Can Forgive : A romantic, engrossing WWI saga of hope and courage Paperback / softback

Part of the The Derwent Chronicles series

Paperback / softback


They survived the Great War, but will life ever be the same?Spring 1919: WW1 is over and a fragile peace has descended over the country.

Now living in Cambridge with husband Edmond, Amy Derwent is settling into her new life as wife and mother to little Beth.

But the shadow of the Great War looms large, particularly as the injuries Edmond sustained at Ypres still take their toll on him today. Edmond's cousin, Vicky, has now grown into a fine young woman, eager to help hercountry.

Throwing off her privileged background to train as a nurse, she spends her days tending to the many soldiers still suffering the after-effects of their time on the battlefield. MeetingMaxim Duclos, a young Frenchman who has arrived in Larchbury, fills her heart with joy - but when it is discovered that Maxim may be hiding the truth about his past, Vicky is faced with an impossible choice.

Follow her heart's desire and risk her family's disapproval or keep her family - but deny herself the chance of true love?The war may be over, but Edmond, Amy and Vicky must all face a new battle, finding their own peace in a country wounded by loss. Readers love Rosemary Goodacre's emotional WW1 sagas:'a highly emotional, captivating story of love and loss set in WW1...brought a lump to my throat and a tear to my eye as I read.' Over The Rainbow Book Blog'A stunning historical unforgettable wartime tale from a very talented writer to watch out for.' Bookish Jottings'I pretty much read this in one sitting...If you're a fanof historic novels and romance, this book is perfect.

I loved it.' Novel Kicks'did a fabulous job of balancing the reality of war and still giving us hope with a love story between Amy and Edmond...An absolutely fantastic book and an author I highly recommend!' Rose is Reading'an absorbing, interesting and emotional read...

Highly recommended, particularly to fans of historical romance.' Double Stacked'an incredibly well-written and emotional read...

I really felt like I was on an emotional rollercoaster.' FNM Book Reviews'those of you who enjoy reading historical novels and family sagas will find a lot to like in this book.' French Village Diaries'a gentle read that captivated my mind.

Who doesn't enjoy a good family saga and seeing other people's problems, rather than their own?

Amy and Edmond are a lovely couple who have you rooting for them' By The Letter Book Reviews




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Also by Rosemary Goodacre

Also in the The Derwent Chronicles series