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Can love find a way to overcome hate? When Frankie's mother dies, she is sent to live with her Aunt Bet in Worthing, Sussex. Life on their farm is happy - for a while. But when World War Two breaks out, Frankie must help her country by signing up to the women's branch of the British Army. Soon, she meets Romare, an American doctor who has come to the UK after facing terrible racism at home. But trouble is stirring in Britain too, and it falls to Frankie to try to protect him. Can love triumph over a history of hate? Or will Frankie and Romare's love pay the ultimate sacrifice? A moving, thought-provoking story, perfect for fans of Katie Flynn and Maureen Lee.
|Publication date:||14th May 2020|
|Publisher:||AVON, a division of HarperCollins Publishers Ltd an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers|
|Format:||Paperback / softback|
|Categories:||Sagas, Historical fiction,|
Adopted from birth, Pam Weaver trained as a nursery nurse working in children's homes, premature baby units, day nurseries and at one time she was a Hyde Park nanny. A member of West Sussex Writers' Club since 1987, her first novel, A Mother's Gift (previously published as There's Always Tomorrow) was the winner in the Day for Writers' Novel Opening Competition and was bought by HarperCollins Avon. Pam's novels are set in Worthing during the war and the austerity years which followed. Her inspiration comes from her love of people and their stories and her passion for the town of Worthing. ...More About Pam Weaver