By J'nell Ciesielski
Can their love live to tell the tale? Or will it develop into one other casualty of war?
The excellent girl wears lace, speaks quietly, and never—under any circumstances—fixes an motor vehicle. yet Gwyn Ruthers hasn't ever cared snaps approximately being the fitting woman. With the warfare to finish all wars exploding around the English Channel, she leaves at the back of her restrictive lifestyles as a chauffer's daughter to serve in an all-female ambulance unit in France. She's now not approximately to allow her social prestige or gender hinder her from serving her nation. no longer even a good-looking captain can distract her from her challenge. lots of the time.
Captain William Crawford would not want the ravages of conflict on any guy, less the fascinating lady who insists on riding into conflict rather than staying adequately at domestic. He cannot deny that the troops desire extra clinical aid, yet now not whilst it places blameless girls at risk. How can he lead his males opposed to the Jerries whereas caring approximately Gwyn's safety?
Bound jointly via conditions, Gwyn and William cannot cease the affection growing to be among them. Can their courting continue to exist, or will it turn into one other casualty of war?
Written for the overall marketplace (G) (I): includes very little; sexual discussion or events, violence, or powerful language. can also include some content of an inspirational/religious nature. related novels during this style should be classified as: ancient romance, inspirational historic romance, christian romance, and healthy historic romance.
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