Troubador Behind the Scenes

Released: 28/01/2016

ISBN: 9781784624965

eISBN: 9781785893926

Format: Paperback/eBook

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Behind the Scenes


An intriguing romance set in WW2, where two very different people meet on their different journeys as they both battle with pain and sorrow. Ellie and her ill son are forced to return to live with her mother after her ex-husband runs off with another woman. Ellie joins the women’s forces to help pay for her sick son’s doctor’s bills. 'I am hoping with time he will grow strong and healthy, although I cannot pretend not to be hurt and scared that he may become too ill to recover; I feel hopeless.” She sighed a deep breath. “I try to cope with this added doctor’s expense.' Sebastian is a dashing young man, acting rendezvous between Belgian and British ‘associates’. With German soldiers marching on through Belgium, the resistance requires all the skilled men it can get to execute an essential action alongside British Forces. It’s a volatile, distressing time and Sebastian finds himself centre stage. He intervenes in an attack involving a German commander and his comrade and soon finds himself involved with a undercover British Forces’ team. As Sebastian and Ellie meet and find a sparkle of romance, will Ellie be released from heartache after her husband abandoned her? And will Sebastian find salvation in Ellie? Behind the?Scenes is a historical romance novel that also will appeal to fans of Suzan’s former novel.

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Suzan Stainforth

Suzan grew up in the lovely countryside of Cumbria with her parents, sister and two brothers. Loves to write an exciting adventure story and seriously began to write in 2002 with "Secret Locket" first book. Adores horses and walks in the countryside, loves listening to easy or classical music. 1981 Suzan urged ambition lead Suzan to explore New Forest, Hampshire relishing in a duration over twenty years. Suzan now resides in the enjoying the lovely Countryside and favourite hobby creative writing.

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