Obsession - The Deepening

Obsession - The Deepening

by Carole McEntee-Taylor


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Obsession - The Deepening by Carole McEntee-Taylor

Part three of a five part series.

As the war progresses into its third year, the actions of each character become more intertwined; paths cross and stories unfold, each leaving a trail of heartache, loss, bitterness... and love.

Having faced the anguish of losing Rob, Annie finds new hope in Sam, but is he all he seems to be, or is Annie set to lose everything all over again? Daisy's dependence on Alan has cost her dearly, but with no-one left to turn to, she has no choice but to return to him, where her hopes for a better future are soon dashed, in a way she couldn't even have imagined.

Hans' power and influence increase, as does his hatred for the Jews, and he relishes his role in The Final Solution. Karin's love for detective Luther Tibalt grows, but soon she starts to question his loyalties. Franz and Hannah face an uncertain future when their son Gerhard asks them to protect the woman he loves. How can they hope to hide a Jew in Nazi Berlin?

Having forgotten everything about his former life, Rob is hopelessly in love with Felcia, and she with him. Providing they can keep their feelings a secret from those around them, nothing can prevent their happiness, can it? Raisa's life takes a more dangerous turn, and she finds herself ignored by the man she loves, and hated by her fellow countrymen. Her only hope is an old friend, but does he care enough to help her?

This is the third of a five part chronicle, telling several inter-woven stories through the Spanish Civil War, World War Two, and beyond.
*** This book has some adult content. ***

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781910603581
Publisher: GWL Publishing
Publication date: 06/07/2017
Pages: 428
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 1.25(h) x 9.00(d)

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