Can Irene Bring Peace
Naming my characters has always been a challenge for me. I especially struggled with this book. I knew the heroine was a caregiver, a nurse, and someone who sought the good of others. The word that came to mind when I thought of her was peace. I discovered Irene means peace. It was the perfect name for my heroine. IRENE–Bringer of Peace
Irene has cared for her younger sister since their mother died. She has nursed the wounded soldiers throughout WW1. Now she has accompanied her younger sister to Canada so her sister can rejoin the man she married in England. Irene wants something of her own. She wants to make a difference to people that stay in her life and so she agrees to a marriage of convenience. But Zach only wants someone to care for his two young boys. He blames himself for leaving his wife to join the army. He should have stayed home and cared for her. His heart is closed off.
Can Irene bring peace to the home? To Zach’s injured heart? Can she find peace for herself?
If you read this story, you might wonder if Irene means to bring peace or turmoil to poor Zach. She upsets his tidy little life. She threatens to saw the bed in half. You’ll have to read the book to figure out what that’s all about. Her own heart is in turmoil over the hurt she sees in Zach and his two little sons. But overhearing whispered gossip at a tea party really turns her world upside down. Poor Zach. Poor Irene as they find their way to love and peace.
Go here to get this book. I’m pretty sure you will enjoy Irene’s story–the third in my War Brides series. http://tinyurl.com/y78b95kb
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