A Time and Place by Lainey May

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"In this lightweight romance, Irish lovers Samantha Kelly and Niall Connors may have to live on memories of their “enduring love” when Niall is forced to flee Northern Ireland. The book is a pleasant romance, with no greater ambitions. Still, the novel will have its charms for romance fans, who will breeze towards the happily-ever-after ending."
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"This is the heart-wrenching love story of a young couple caught up in a plot aided by the Royal Ulster Constabulary, which cruelly tore them apart. Raw emotion is traced in and out of their separated existences and discloses their enduring love, and how, though lost to each other, neither would let go of their astounding love.

This book has its beginning in Northern Ireland and moves to the vast, dusty desert region of the Pilbara in north-western Australia. It is set in the early 1960s when this region was part of the ‘last frontier’ in its remoteness, danger, and grandeur"
 

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Published August 4, 2015 by Xlibris AU. 222 pages
Genres: Romance, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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on Nov 16 2015

"In this lightweight romance, Irish lovers Samantha Kelly and Niall Connors may have to live on memories of their “enduring love” when Niall is forced to flee Northern Ireland. The book is a pleasant romance, with no greater ambitions. Still, the novel will have its charms for romance fans, who will breeze towards the happily-ever-after ending."

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