My Review: I enjoyed my return to Goodwill House, Fenella Miller does a great job telling these stories and it’s always nice to meet familiar characters such as Joanna, Ladyb Harcourt, and her adoptive children Liza and Joe, and her daughter Sarah. Some of the Landgirls etc. Given this is a war story some of the bombings, lies and drama are a little uneasy, but that goes with the subject matter. So much great detail to the life and death situations. There is light humour in some of the banter. A recommended read.

A Wartime Reunion at Goodwill House

September 1940

With harvest approaching, land girl Daphne is busier than ever as she ploughs the fields and tends to the animals with her friends Sal and Charlie. All three girls enjoy the relative peace of Goodwill House…but war is never far away.

When a German plane crash lands in the grounds of Goodwill House, everyone is shocked, especially when the two German pilots are declared missing. Where could they be hiding?

Tensions are high, and Daphne is dealt yet another shock, when she meets Corporal Robert Andrews – the man she was once engaged to marry! Goodwill House is the last place she expected to be reunited with Bob and although he looks dashing in his uniform, Daphne doesn’t think she can ever forgive him for breaking her heart.

With the war getting closer every day, can these two to finally be reunited for good or will their love be forever lost…?

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Fenella J. Miller is the bestselling writer of over eighteen historical sagas. She also has a passion for Regency romantic adventures and has published over fifty to great acclaim. Her father was a Yorkshireman and her mother the daughter of a Rajah. She lives in a small village in Essex with her British Shorthair cat.

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