See How They Run
Today’s Free Kindle eBook: See How They Run
“Quickly moving, full of life, sparkling, and delightfully out-of-the-ordinary.” – The Sunday Times
Is love the most important thing in marriage…?
Nicola found her way to England on the Famine Train, one of over two hundred children fleeing starvation in Austria after The Great War.
She made a promise to herself that she would never let herself starve again.
She would have married her true love Peter in an instant, if he would have had her.
But he sent her away, determined to make something of himself before they married.
Nicola wrote to Peter almost every day, desperate to fill the space between them with endless words.
But one-day Peter received a letter that would change everything.
It told him she was going to marry a man called Otto von Mühlenthal quite soon.
But what she didn’t tell him was that her father was dying and she was about to become a pauper once more.
Her father, Colonel Lenke, no longer believed in the type of love for which he had married Nicola’s mother – the kind of love that Nicola had for Peter.
She couldn’t even afford to bury her father, let alone buy food.
She promised herself she would never starve again.
She has no choice but to follow her father’s wishes and marry Otto.
But in doing so, has she given up on love forever?
Praise for Jerrard Tickell
Tickell writes “with an eye for the adventure and drama… and often uncommon courage. Good.” – Kirkus Review
Jerrard Tickell was born in Dublin and wrote his first book at just 18. He was a member of the Royal Army Service Corps. His official duties took him all over the world including Egypt and practically every port in the Near East. His books, a number of which have been made into successful movies, include Moon Squadron, Island Rescue, and Hussar Honeymoon. He now lives with his wife Renée Haynes, the daughter of E.S.P. Haynes and Oriana Huxley Waller, and three sons in London.
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