Secret Lives: 1915 (Book Three)

Author: CAROLE McENTEE-TAYLOR

Amazon Customer Rating: 4-stars graphic image
Goodreads Rating: 4-stars graphic image

Kindle: £1.99

Paperback: £12.00

  • About

    No going back…

    England
    Eddie has joined the RFC, leaving Frances to manage the estate by herself. She enjoys the freedom and finds new distractions, just where she was least expecting them.

    Henrietta has been dreading telling Thomas her secret, but as the truth emerges, she’s even more worried about keeping her news from Oliver.

    And as Lettie and Florrie leave to join the VAD, Guiseppe receives news which will change his life forever.

    Austria
    With Ludwig missing, and the birth of her child imminent, Rosa faces an uncertain future, but a chance encounter and a mysterious message make unexpected demands, altering the course of her destiny.

    Germany
    While Max faces danger on the front lines, Steffi must manage by herself, as food shortages start to take effect and life at home becomes much harder.

    Italy
    Lucrecia’s singing career flourishes, but her marriage to Afro isn’t exactly what she’d anticipated, and she misses her family. Still, she’s chosen her path. She has to see it through to the end…

    This is the third part of a six part chronicle, telling the stories of several individuals and their families during the building up to and through the First World War.

    *** This book contains adult content. ***
  • Product Details

    Format(s): Paperback and Kindle
    ISBN: 978-1-910603-63-5 (Paperback)
    ASIN: B07JW7LNZ6 (Kindle)
    Edition: 1st Edition
    Imprint: GWL Publishing
    Classification: Fiction, Historical Romance, Family Sagas, War
    Paperback Published: 16 October, 2018
    Kindle Published: 15 October, 2018
    No of pages: 352pp

  • Review(s)

    Praise for Secret Lives: 1915:

    Great

    Great

    Gripping stories harrowing in parts…
    Mrs Mary McGinlay – Amazon Review, 24 October, 2018.

    War

    War

    The trauma of the war years are so vividly told.
    meg – Amazon Review, 8 December, 2018.