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1919

Nurse Rosalind Fuller doesn t want to speak about her experiences in the Great War She s repressing those feelings for all she s worth and is grateful her new friend George Kearney doesn t push Whe

  • Title: 1919
  • Author: Margeaux Otis
  • ISBN: 9781629160443
  • Page: 472
  • Format: ebook
  • Nurse Rosalind Fuller doesn t want to speak about her experiences in the Great War She s repressing those feelings for all she s worth, and is grateful her new friend, George Kearney, doesn t push When Kearney s friend, Lieutenant Matthew Riekert, moves in as her aunts new tenant, Rosalind tries to distract herself from the past by a romance with Matthew Her scheme bacNurse Rosalind Fuller doesn t want to speak about her experiences in the Great War She s repressing those feelings for all she s worth, and is grateful her new friend, George Kearney, doesn t push When Kearney s friend, Lieutenant Matthew Riekert, moves in as her aunts new tenant, Rosalind tries to distract herself from the past by a romance with Matthew Her scheme backfires when he suffers a devastating combat flashback, and she finds her feelings are stronger than she d intended And the ability to feel and love strongly is not something Rosalind wants any At the same time Matthew fears his shell shock will make him dangerous to her Both Rosalind and Matthew must face the scars the Great War has left on their souls before they can fully re enter their lives and embrace their love.

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    1. Unlike any other romance I've read (granted, I don't read many romances). The three main characters all served in World War I and suffer from various forms of PTSD from it. I'd say this is more character study of relearning how and why to live after the horrors of war. I loved the period details of clothing and behavior and the gentle, though angst-ridden, progression of the romance. I'd like to spend more time with these characters.


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