By Jennifer Robson
The overseas bestselling writer of someplace in France returns along with her sweeping moment novel—a story of sophistication, love, and freedom—in which a tender lady needs to locate her position in a global eternally changed.
After 4 years as an army nurse, Charlotte Brown is able to go away in the back of the devastation of the nice struggle. The daughter of a vicar, she has continuously been made up our minds to commit her lifestyles to aiding others. relocating to busy Liverpool, she throws herself into her paintings with these such a lot in desire, purely tearing herself away for the vigorous dinners she enjoys with the ladies at her boarding house.
Just as Charlotte starts to settle into her new conditions, messages arrive that might switch her lifestyles. One, from a thorough younger newspaper editor, deals her an opportunity to talk out in case you can't. the opposite pulls her again to her earlier, and to a guy she has attempted, and failed, to forget.
Edward Neville-Ashford, her former business enterprise and the brother of Charlotte’s dearest buddy, is now the recent Earl of Cumberland—and a shadow of the guy he as soon as was once. but below his conflict wounds and haunted eyes Charlotte sees glimpses of the captivating boy who some time past claimed her silly middle. She desires to aid him, yet dare she chance her destiny for a guy who can by no means be hers?
As Britain seethes with unrest and post-war euphoria flattens into sour unhappiness, Charlotte needs to confront long-held insecurities to discover her actual voice . . . and the braveness to come to a decision if the existence she has created is the single she really wants.
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Now, you children know the lake, and you know how stormy it is in November. But every year Captain Santa braved the weather to bring those trees to the children of Chicago. This year he had told his wife Barbara that this was the final trip. He was growing old, and the Rouse Simmons was growing old, and as much as he loved selling, and sometimes giving away, those Christmas trees, this year was going to be his last. He and his crew set off across the lake with five thousand trees, all bundled tightly in the hold and lashed to the deck.
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It was a hand-carved chair, one he had brought with him from Sweden. My cousins, Tim, and I gathered close to the chair. We each had our favorite story, but mine was the story of the Christmas Tree Ship. It must have been one of Grandpa’s favorites, too, because he looked toward me, then smiled and winked as he picked up his carving and began speaking slowly, weaving again the tale I so loved. “Every year Captain Santa would load up his little schooner Rouse Simmons with thousands of beautiful Christmas trees from our northern Michigan forests.
After the War Is Over: A Novel by Jennifer Robson