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Of Love and Glory
Of Love and Glory
Author: Evelyn Kennedy
ISBN-13: 9780941483322
ISBN-10: 0941483320
Publication Date: 3/1989
Pages: 175
Edition: 1st ed
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Publisher: Naiad Pr
Book Type: Paperback
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From the author of the sensational bestseller Cherished Love...a blazing story of women and love and war.
It is 1943 in blitz-torn England. Lieutenant Jennifer Kincade is on her first assignment as a U.S. Army nurse, newly married to a man-she isn't sure she loves. Then she meets sexy, charming Maggie Conover in a London bomb shelter.
Maggie, a journalist-adventurer covering the war for American newspapers, is irresistably drawn to the beautiful, dark-haired Jenny.
Jenny unable to fathom her attraction to the free-spirited Maggie, follows the road her curiosity takes her...into an eroticism she has never known before.
David, Jenny's husband, does not want her to be a nurse, does not want her with him in England and so close to the war. And he does not want her anywhere near Maggie Conover.
Then, in separate events which will change both women irrevocably, Jenny and Maggie become part of the war â" Maggie as the reporter of a perilous bombing run over Berlin, and Jenny in the carnage of the landing on Anzio.
Evelyn Kennedy's depiction of two lovers caught in the passion of love amid the conflagration of war is a story you will never forget.