In 1916, as there is a call to arms to the Western Front, Kathryn Beaumont, a maid and Bertram Wright, a soldier, fall in love by the magnificent manor house ‘Dallington Place', in rural Sussex, England.
When Bertram goes to war and sets his sights on becoming a journalist and aviator, can Kathryn, his fiancé, wait patiently for him to return?
With the twists and turns of life, Kathryn and Bertram are inextricably linked throughout the war, with Kathryn becoming a strong and resourceful woman. Can Bertram return to her and put his demons and traumas of war aside?
With an array of intriguing characters, Orange Lilies of Dallington Place is a story with great insight into the opulence of the age as it unfolds to 1940.
This novel will warm your heart, touch your soul and make you smile.
ISBN : 978-1-84897-959-8
Pages : 323
Size : 205x140mm
Imprint : Olympia Publishers
Sophie loves the meaning of people's names and places.
Other interests are military charitable causes, and the history of Britain, France and America has fuelled her desire to write the book.
Coupled with her poetic skill set, her knowledge of the era has brought exciting experiences and opportunities which are woven into her books.
Sophie Cloud resides in London with her family.