Hawke's Cove by Susan Wilson

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The year is 1944...World War II rages on...and with her husband sent to the front lines, Evangeline Worth is left alone to experience the devastating stillbirth of her firstborn. Yearning for sanctuary from her grief and loneliness, she returns to her grandmother's farm in the tranquil coastal Maine town of Hawke's Cove. But her peaceful new life is forever altered the day a handsome young stranger suddenly appears on her doorstep....
 

About Susan Wilson

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Susan Wilson lives in Martha's Vineyard with her husband & two daughters.
 
Published March 1, 2000 by Atria. 288 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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The journal entries of Evangeline (Vangie) Worth, a WWII bride whose husband, John, is overseas, make up the bulk of this amiable follow-up to Wilson's praised first novel, Beauty.

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Though the author's creation of a relationship between Vangie's son and Joe's daughter is somewhat serendipitous, it is also romantic, and allows the author to create an ethereal ending for Vangie and Joe.

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Forbidden love that is forever young, wartime romance granted by a passion of place, redeems lovers from sin.

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