The Belle Trilogy 2
by Lesley Pearse
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Pub Date 09 Dec 2021 | Archive Date 01 Jan 2022
Just as Belle Reilly seems to have finally found happiness, the outbreak of the Great War threatens all that she knows.
With her husband Jimmy enlisted and in the trenches of Northern France, Belle finds she cannot watch idly from the sidelines. Volunteering herself to help, Belle herself is sent to France as an ambulance driver for the Red Cross.
But when a tragic accident brings her face to face with a past she thought was behind her, Belle finds herself caught in an impossible situation.
As violence and death rage around her, Belle must chose the between a forbidden passion and love and loyalty.
The Promise is the second book is best-selling author Lesley Pearse’s Belle Trilogy.
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PRAISE FOR LESLEY PEARSE & THE PROMISE
‘Full of love, passion and heartbreak’ — Best
‘An addictive tear-jerker with characters you’ll adore, laugh with and cry for’ — Bella
‘Pearse will pull your heartstrings’ — Sun
‘Storytelling at its very best’ — Daily Mail
‘Evocative, compelling, told from the heart’ — Sunday Express
‘Glorious, heart-warming’ — Woman & Home
‘Intrigue, heart-tugging, beautifully written’ — Closer
‘Characters it is impossible not to care about’ — Daily Mail
Average rating from 5 members
Having read book 1 in the trilogy I was excited to start this one. Another fabulous read from Lesley Pearse. I loved it.
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