Guarded Passions

Guarded Passions

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Helen Woodley was married at eighteen and widowed at forty when her career military husband was killed, and now it seems history may repeat as her eighteen-year-old daughter is determined to marry the soldier she has fallen in love with.

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1943. Wartime England. Married to a Guardsman at the age of eighteen after a whirlwind courtship, Helen Woodley believed her future was assured – only to be widowed before she was forty. Though she put on a brave face, Helen could no more reconcile herself to Adam’s death than she could accept the hemmed-in, incestuous life of the Army and all its intrigues and affairs.

And now Helen is faced with an unwelcome sense of déjà vu. For her impulsive, free-spirited daughter Ruth, eighteen years old herself, has fallen madly in love with a soldier about to be posted to Northern Ireland, a man whom she’s desperately anxious to marry. Can Helen prevent history from repeating itself?
1943. Wartime England. Married to a Guardsman at the age of eighteen, Helen Woodley believed her future was assured – only to be widowed before she was forty. And now Helen is faced with an unwelcome sense of déjà vu - her eighteen year old daughter has fallen for a soldier. Can Helen prevent history from repeating itself?

Publisher: Sutton : Severn House, c2014
ISBN: 9780727884190
Branch Call Number: FIC HAR
Characteristics: 217 p. ;,23 cm.
Additional Contributors: Harris, Marion 1925-

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