From the author of The Summer House, which has sold over 40,000 copies in the UK to date.
June, 1944. Since her father's stroke, Jean has been trying to run her parents' small farm almost single-handedly and is in desperate need of help. Karl, a German prisoner of war captured when the Allies invade France in 1944, turns out to be just what she needs. He is polite, hardworking and homesick, but is he more than that? Fraternisation between the prisoners and the local population is forbidden, but as the weeks and months pass, Jean and Karl become closer - much to the dismay of Jean's family and Karl's compatriots. Can their love have a future when it seems every hand is against them?
Born in Singapore, Mary Nichols has spent most of her life in East Anglia. She has written short stories and articles for a variety of newspapers and magazines, but has turned to writing novels. Mary lives in ELY, Cambridgeshire.
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