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After You've Gone: A Short Story from Fall of Poppies: Stories of Love and the Great War
     

After You've Gone: A Short Story from Fall of Poppies: Stories of Love and the Great War

by Evangeline Holland
 

Evangeline Holland, author of the Bledington Park series, enchants readers with this poignant short story about a woman seemingly alone in terrible aftermath of the Great War and the man who proves she has more than she ever realized.

War stole everything from Morven Williams—her husband, her friends, her livelihood, and her home. As Paris erupts in

Overview

Evangeline Holland, author of the Bledington Park series, enchants readers with this poignant short story about a woman seemingly alone in terrible aftermath of the Great War and the man who proves she has more than she ever realized.

War stole everything from Morven Williams—her husband, her friends, her livelihood, and her home. As Paris erupts in Armistice celebrations, she stands on the precipice of her past and her future, and the arrival of a handsome, charming Harlem Hellfighter stirs her spirit. But they share an unexpected link to her past—one that may tear their burgeoning romance apart forever.

Originally published in the moving collection Fall of Poppies: Stories of Love and the Great War, this e-book also includes an excerpt from Holland’s novel An Ideal Duchess, available now.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780062476555
Publisher:
HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date:
05/17/2016
Sold by:
HARPERCOLLINS
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
40
File size:
481 KB

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Meet the Author

Evangeline Holland is the founder and editor of www.EdwardianPromenade.com, the number one blog for lovers of World War I, the Gilded Age, and Belle Époque France with nearly forty thousand unique viewers a month. In addition, she blogs at www.ModernBellesofHistory.com. Her fiction includes AN IDEAL DUCHESS and its sequel, crafted in the tradition of Edith Warton.

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