A Wartime Love

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 240 pages
  • A Wartime Love
  • Shiralyn J. Lee
  • English
  • 05 January 2018

About the Author: Shiralyn J. Lee

Growing up in England, I spent most of my youth in Kidderminster before moving down to sunny Devon In 2006 I moved over seas to Canada where I now happily reside with my wife Janice.I have many books published, all written under the lesbian genre I love to write in different time era s, ranging from early 1800 s through to modern day I have also made each story line unique with their plotlines Growing up in England, I spent most of my youth in Kidderminster before moving down to sunny Devon In 2006 I moved over seas to Canada where I now happily reside with my wife Janice.I have many books published, all written under the lesbian genre I love to write in different time era s, ranging from early 1800 s through to modern day I have also made each story line unique with their plotlines by using situations from my own personal experiences.Some of my work is romantic with light sensual sex scenes, and some are featured with stronger explicit sex scenes and coarse language to intensify the drama I prefer to give my readers a wider selection of choice we are all different in what we like to read


A Wartime Love Set In England, During World War Two, This Romantic Drama Will Draw You Into The Lives Of Stella Baxter And Ruth Arnold The Two Women Meet In An Underground Station, Whilst Waiting Out An Air Raid Strike In The Early Stages Of The Blitz Over London A Strong Friendship Evolves Between Them One That Eventually Turns Romantic But Ruth Is A Married Woman Her Husband Is Overseas, In Germany, Fighting For His King And Country Can A Lesbian Affair Survive Not Only The Tumultuous Conditions That An Entire Nation Faces But Also, See Itself Through The Fact That Ruth Has A Husband, Willing To Die For Her Freedom

10 thoughts on “A Wartime Love

  1. says:

    This review says it all

  2. says:

    Over written, anachronistic, trying to cram far too many unimportant plot points and descriptions in to a relatively short story Persevered to about a quarter of the way through Not worth reading at all I was disappointed, I had expectedfrom...

  3. says:

    Beautiful This was a beautiful story, with beautiful characters Your heart is wrenched at every turn, whether it be by love or tragedy This is a fantastic read, and I look forward to readingby this author

  4. says:

    It s a relief to be able to read a good, old fashioned novel that s neither sexually explicit nor specifically aimed at young adults just a regular, grownup book about suffering bravely through war together and coming out into the sunshine on the other side, like the plenty of books straight people have like this only, about two women in love instead I don t have anything against sex, but there are lots of straight books without it so it s nice to have the reminder that our stories don It s a relief to be able to read a good, old fashioned nove...

  5. says:

    This one is a whole other flavour for the authors writing In the ominous backdrop of London during world war two, families are asking out survival as the bombs come down at random from over head During the sadness and the lottery of survival two women meet in a bomb shelter while the walls are shaking around them.That is the general theme of the story but there is not to come with this one The new couple, happily come together, run into possibly the most unusual complication and with so much This one is a whole ot...

  6. says:

    In a world where sex sells books, it s refreshing to read a love story that doesn t center around the sex scenes That being said, I felt the characters Stella and Ruth to be a bit flat and thus their ...

  7. says:

    Very sweet romance Wish it was longer.

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