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Arrows Of Desire

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When Steve is killed during enemy action, Beth is devastated. They were due to elope to Gretna Green & their happiness was complete with the news that Beth is pregnant. But now, alone & unmarried, Beth must survive by herself in war-torn Glasgow. When Beth meets handsome Canadian Gene, a friendship begins & Beth finds happiness.
Unknown Binding, 341 pages
Published by Not Avail (first published November 6th 2008)
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Jun 14, 2012 Helensvale Library rated it it was ok
Shelves: lyn, family-saga
This is a typical war-time story until half-way through. Glasgow girl falls in love with soldier - wants to get married, but then he loses his life in the war. She is pregnant and has to battle along without the help of family. Then it changes and she meets and marries a Canadian and he takes her to his farm which he owns and co-works with his twin sister Loretta. These are the twins from hell. A quite nice story goes weird and unusual from thereon. Interesting but not great!
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Hard to get into at first which is unusual for this author, but it was certainly worth the effort. Another excellent book by Emma Blair.
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Iain Blair was born on 12 August 1942 in Glasgow, Scotland, UK. He was an actor and writer, married with the also writer Jane Blanchard. Initially he wrote plays for theatre and television, but later began to write novels. He started out writing suspense novels as Iain Blair, but after being unsuccessful with this genre, switched to writing popular historical romance fiction sagas. But according t ...more
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