Lonely Mirrors, A Tragic Wartime Romance by Susannah Carlton

Lonely Mirrors, A Tragic Wartime Romance

bySusannah Carlton

Kobo ebook | June 18, 2012

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From the Welsh Valleys, London and Cairo during the second world war, this deeply moving and explicit account of mothers and daughters coming to terms with the rapidly changing sexual habits of contemporary life make this book a real page-turner of a romance novel.

Susannah Carlton deals with love and jealousy with few holds barred. Relationships are closely scrutinised as is what motivates women in love. Little is left to the imagination, there are parts that are sexually explicit and other parts that are deeply emotional and thought provoking.

Families become intertwined as they grow and this romantic fiction story tells you how a brief and passionate affair, between a doctor and a nurse during the second world war, can have consequences that affect following generations right up to the present day.

This is a romantic book with a punch. Family lives are seldom straightforward. The insights revealed in this examination of women at war and beyond suggest a narrative honesty that will ensure Susannah’s next book will be much awaited.

Romantic books with a real impact are rare nowadays. Don’t miss this one if you love reading about conflict within marriages and how betrayal from seventy years earlier can affect the lives and relationships of mothers and daughters to the present day. This is a book you may want to keep away from your partners, lest they should learn too much about the psyche of women!

Title:Lonely Mirrors, A Tragic Wartime RomanceFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:June 18, 2012Publisher:Moulin PublicationsLanguage:English

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