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For All Our Tomorrows From Sunday Times Bestselling Author, Freda Lightfoot 1943, When Hundreds Of US Marines Arrive At A Quiet Cornish Town, Two Lives Will Never Be The Same Again.Trapped In A Small Town Resistant To Change, Bette Can T Resist Handsome GI, Chad But When Reality Draws In, Bette Realises That Their Love Was Based On Empty Promises Meanwhile Bette S Sister Sarah, Is Tormented By Her Possessive Husband, But Even His Jealous Attempts To Keep Her Out Of Temptation Can T Prevent Sarah Falling For Officer Charlie Caught In The Very Worst Of Times With The Turmoil And Upheaval Of War All Around Them, Can These Sisters Find A Brighter Future For Tomorrow A Compelling Family Drama For Fans For Maureen Lee And Katie Flynn Praise For Freda Lightfoot Freda S Book Was A Joy To Read For Her Characters Were So Believable And Richly Drawn I Really Cared What Happened To Them And Interspersed With The Story Was The Arrival Of The Americans, Who Caused Such A Furore In That Small Cornish Town As D Day Approaches, And When World War 2 Grinds To A Halt, People S Lives Are Changed For Ever It Was A Real Page Turner With A Very Satisfying End Anne Bennettt



10 thoughts on “For All Our Tomorrows

  1. says:

    Love stories set in this era and this was no exception Recommended.


  2. says:

    Really enjoyed this book the author has gone her research if you have any knowledge of war time brides you know these tales are very true.


  3. says:

    Not recommendedGood story line but unnecessary pages of descriptions of sex, which made the novel a cheap paperback romance It could be edited into a good historic fiction novel I won t read by lightfoot.


  4. says:

    Story about a woman with two children whose husband is leading a double life as a spy in wartime Also tells of her sister who is in love with two American soldiers and has to choose between them The book gives a good account of GI brides and how their lives turned out when they landed in America.


  5. says:

    3 4 of the way through I began to enjoy it Interesting insight to the war from a female perspective.


  6. says:

    Great easy read Really enjoyed


  7. says:

    I had a hard time getting into this book but by the time I reached the middle I became hooked on it I figured out pretty much how it would end but wanted to read the details I would recommend it if you like stories dealing with WWII and how people coped with the hardships of that time which I ...


  8. says:

    Slow to get going, a little predictable towards the end but a good read in between if you like war time sagas


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