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With most U.S. boys fighting for Uncle Sam in far off countries, Rochelle Addams has given up hope for a wedding in her future. Then she receives an intriguing offer from a distant relative to consider a marriage of convenience.

Conscientious Objector Irwin Terrell is looking forward to his assignment at Shady Hills Mental hospital to minister to the less fortunate in lieu
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Paperback, 168 pages
Published August 15th 2019 by Shortwave Press
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Marilyn
Aug 22, 2019 rated it really liked it
Love’s Allegiance is a historical romance that will take the readers back to WWII. Rochelle had been volunteering in her home town to assist the soldiers fighting, but believed there had to be more for her. Irwin Terrell was a Conscientious Objector about the war, but wanted to do something.

Rochelle and Irwin’s lives were almost opposite it seemed in their upbringing with the Terrell’s having money from their farm. Rochelle and Irwin’s meeting was prearranged but maybe it was really orchestrate
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Lucy
Sep 10, 2019 rated it really liked it
A solid quick read that is rich in Faith and trust that God is orchestrating our lives. It is based on the Biblical story of Rebekkah and Isaac that takes place during WWII. Irwin is a conscientious objector that has been deeply hurt in love and navigating what that entails. Rochelle is a strong woman doing what she can to help the War effort and trusting God in the offer she receives from a distant relative. When their lives intersect will the flames of love burn? Guess you will have to read to ...more
Mary
Sep 11, 2019 rated it really liked it
This short novel offers a different look at small-town America during World War II. Rochelle Adams longs to fall in love and get married, but there aren’t many young men available on the home front. She travels to stay with a distant relative and consider marrying his son, Irwin Terrell. Both young people work at a local mental hospital, but Irwin’s service is in lieu of being in the military. I was glad to read a story about a conscientious objector since this stance agrees with my beliefs. He ...more
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Linda Shenton Matchett was born in Baltimore, MD a stone's throw from Fort McHenry, and she has lived in historical places most of her life from Edison, NH (named for the inventor of the light bulb) to Washington, DC. She currently lives in central NH where she is dining services/catering manager for a boarding high school. When she is not writing, she volunteers as a docent at the Wright World Wa ...more