Whispers of Love
Rosie Harris
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Whispers of Love

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It is 1914, and Christabel Montgomery is happily preparing for her wedding when she receives the shattering news that her fianc� has been drowned at sea. Heartbroken, she tries to piece her life together. But she soon discovers she is pregnant, and fearing her parents would throw her out if they knew, she decides to help the war effort by leaving home to become a nurse.

ebook, 432 pages
Published March 4th 2010 by Cornerstone Digital (first published February 14th 2010)
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Millie Wistow-Martin
A really good book. I definitely recommend others to read it.
The way the book moved forward so quickly did not impact the quality of the writing.
Brilliantly written.
It just wouldn't end!
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Rosie Harris was born in Cardiff and for several years worked in the City Hall. Her husband, Ken, was from Wallasey and after they married they lived on Merseyside for many years.
She has been writing since the 1950’s. In the 1960’s she ran her own agency, Regional Feature Service, writing articles for most of the provincial newspapers.
During the 70’s she became Editorial Controller for a non-ficti...more
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