Christmas Hope

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After two years at the mercy of the Canadian Expeditionary force and the German war machine, Harry ran out of metaphors for death, synonyms for brown, and images of darkness. When he encounters color among the floating islands of Amiens and life in the form a widow and her little son, hope ensnares him. Through three more long years of war and its aftermath, the hope she brings keeps Harry alive.

Rosemarie Legrand’s husband left her a tiny son, no money, and a savaged reputation when he died. She struggles to simply feed the boy and has little to offer a lonely soldier, but Harry’s devotion lifts her up. The war demands all her strength and resilience, will the hope of peace and the promise of Harry’s love keep her going?

When it is finally over will their love be enough?

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Reviews:

“…it might be the very best book I’ve read all year. This isn’t just a Christmas romance, it is an EPIC love story. ” Flippin’ Pages Book Reviews

“This story is a believable affirmation that love is the root of true courage and the language seamlessly carries you away. It has everything I love in a novel.” Coffee Time Romance

“What a lovely story this is…The war is not displayed in its gross entirety but there are enough details to illuminate the hell Harry endures and make clear how much he cherishes his time with the woman and child he is coming to love as his own.” Dear Author

Christmas Hope manages a delicate balance between love story and war story…a well-written story with rich period detail and engaging characters to root for. A book to enjoy no matter the season.” Discovering Diamonds

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NOTE:

Part 1, “Roses in Picardy,” (1916) first appeared in Never To Late: a Bluestocking Belles’ Collection and Part 4, “The Last Post,” (1919).first appeared in Follow Your Star Home: a Bluestocking Belles’ Collection, Both stories have been somewhat rewritten and new material added for this single volume. Parts 2 (1917) and 3 (1918) are all new.