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THE LEGEND OF NIMWAY HALL: 1940-JOSIE  and JOSIE & GIDEON’S CHRISTMAS WEDDING are both set on the British Home Front in the ear­ly years of  World War II.

World War II is a brand new era for me as an his­tor­i­cal author, since my ten pre­vi­ous romances have been pop­u­lat­ed by Medieval knights, Victorian rail­way barons and Regency rab­ble-rousers.

In 1940-JOSIE, Josie Stirling is just man­ag­ing to keep up with her family’s vast, wartime farm in Somerset when Lt. Colonel Gideon Fletcher and his staff of offi­cers take over the west wing of the Hall.  A pri­vate war ensues between Josie and Gideon, and the cou­ple soon learns that resis­tance is futile when it comes to love in the heat of bat­tle.

Now engaged to be mar­ried in the final, steamy love scene in the pre­vi­ous book, JOSIE & GIDEON’S CHRISTMAS WEDDING, the wartime intel­li­gence agents are in for a wild adven­ture as they nego­ti­ate the hid­den dan­gers of plan­ning a wed­ding in the midst of a war.

The best of the holiday season to all. — Linda

~ Just in time for Christmas! 

 

THE LEGEND OF NIMWAY HALL:

1940-JOSIE

~AND~

1940- JOSIE & GIDEON’S CHRISTMAS WEDDING

Fifth Book in the Series:

THE LEGEND OF NIMWAY HALL

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Josie and Gideon

GALLANT BESS

The pan­el van at right is “Bess”, Josie Stirling’s 1938 Bedford Van that she uses on the Nimway Hall estate. I chose the name Bess in trib­ute to the then 14 year-old (in 1940) future Queen Elizabeth II, who, in May 1942  (her pho­to at left), insist­ed on join­ing the Auxiliary Territorial Service where she learned how to main­tain and rebuild engines and dri­ve ambu­lances like the Austin K2 in the pho­to below. Don’t you love a woman who can change the oil in her own car in the after­noon and meet with world lead­ers that evening! Queen Bess is just anoth­er of the many mil­lions of heroes and hero­ines of World War II.