A Ration Book Wedding by Jean Fullerton / #SpotlightPost #SocialMediaBlitz @rararesources @AtlanticBooks @CorvusBooks

It’s February 1942 and the American’s have finally joined Britain and its allies. Meanwhile, twenty-three-year-old Francesca Fabrino, like thousands of other women, is doing her bit for the war effort in a factory in East London. But her thoughts are constantly occupied by her unrequited love for Charlie Brogan, who has recently married a woman of questionable reputation, before being shipped out to North Africa with the Eighth Army.

When Francesca starts a new job as an Italian translator for the BBC Overseas Department, she meets handsome Count Leonardo D’Angelo. Just as Francesca has begun to put her hopeless love for Charlie to one side and embrace the affections of this charming and impressive man, Charlie returns from the front, his marriage in ruins and his heart burning for Francesca at last. Could she, a good Catholic girl, countenance an illicit affair with the man she has always longed for? Or should she choose a different, less dangerous path?

 

 

Spotlight Post

Thank you, Jean Fullerton and Rachel’s Random Resources

 

About the author

I was born into a large, East End family and grew up in the overcrowded streets clustered around the Tower of London. I still live in East London, just five miles from where I was born. I feel that it is that my background that gives my historical East London stories their distinctive authenticity.

I first fell in love with history at school when I read Anya Seton’s book Katherine. Since then I have read everything I can about English history but I am particularly fascinated by the 18th and 19th century and my books are set in this period. I just love my native city and the East End in particular which is why I write stories to bring that vibrant area of London alive.

I am also passionate about historical accuracy and I enjoy researching the details almost as much as weaving the story. If one of my characters walks down a street you can be assured that that street actually existed. Take a look at Jean’s East End and see the actual location where my characters played out their stories.

 

Author Link

Website: http://www.jeanfullerton.com/

 

 

Book Link

Amazon UK: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Ration-Book-Wedding-Perfect-Goodwin-ebook/dp/B081DDLWQD/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=A+Ration+Book+Wedding&qid=1589377576&s=digital-text&sr=1-1

 

 

 

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