Had We Never Loved So Blindly

Had We Never Loved So Blindly

A Hebridean love story, swept up on the tides of WW2, from Naval convoys to Bletchley Park.

Had We Never Loved So Blindly

A Hebridean love story, swept up on the tides of WW2, from Naval convoys to Bletchley Park.

Paperback £12.99 || $18.95

Apr 30, 2021
978-1-78904-603-8

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Apr 30, 2021
978-1-78904-604-5

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20th century, Historical, War & military

Synopsis

In 1937, fisherman's son, John Norman's first encounter of Felicity MacDougall, the daughter of a retired tea planter, is prickly at best. But, a chance meeting during a London air raid leads to a tentative romance, which becomes long distance when John joins the Navy and Felicity takes a job at the infamous, secretive Bletchley Park. Their relationship falls prey to the timeless obstacles of insecurities, doubts and misunderstandings. Can they overcome the distance between them, and also the war?

This love story, forged amid the emotional intensity of WW2, is the beating heart of Liz MacRae Shaw's new novel. John and Felicity's relationship has fateful consequences, not only for them, but beyond, into the next generation...

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