Go Softly All My Years

Go Softly All My Years

by Virginia Benson
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Go Softly All My Years 2.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
You have to REALLY enjoy the WWII era to read this. I got 90 pages in and stopped. Chapter four was repeated. The main female character is boring. Lacks intrigue.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A very slow, plodding story. Not quite a romance or love story unless it comes later in the book...I only read to page 98. The story was slowly plodding along when the female character had a sudden attack of religious fervor. It was oddly placed as there was no great emphasis on religious beliefs to that point in the story. Suddenly it seemed to be the focus. It was weird and disruptive. It seems like the author lost focus on her original plot and started on another semi-related story.
AtlanticMaid More than 1 year ago
Averill, the heroine, takes a job at Reife Braddock's engineering firm and finds her boss devastatingly attractive. However, for personal values reasons, she feels she cannot fall in love with him. Reife has to travel to Egypt to follow the trail of stolen designs from the firm's safe and has only a short time to do it. The plans are crucial to the desert war in North Africa for the British side. Averill rashly follows him when he falls into terrible danger and through her friendship with a childhood friend who is police chief in Cairo rescues three men, including Reife, who have surprises of their own to relate. Averill stays true to herself and finds true love despite her willfulness and pride.