Love & War

Cupid's Bow

Book 8
Partridge & Pear Press
13

True love never stops believing...


When two young lovers part on the eve of war, they are forced to forge their lives without one another and form families that will carry on their legacy of finding true love. But many years later, they find themselves together again. Will the circle be unbroken? Find out in this sweeping family saga of love lost and found.


"I have read a many a love story, but this is one that just makes you want to hug someone close and just hang on. Melissa must have a beautiful heart to be able to write something so beautiful. Love can heal if you give it half a chance." ★★★★★ from Lena Milleson 


"I fell in love with the book from the very first chapter and couldn't stop until the very last chapter. It's so amazingly written and you will feel the pain, grief, heartbreak, love and hope in every word." ★★★★★ from Evelyn Nathalia 


"We all need a story like this to read to remind us what love is really and how important it is." ★★★★★ from Sherry Westendorf 


"I loved this book. It was the ultimate romance book. You started pulling for these characters moments after learning their struggles and continued to hope everything would work out for them. Fairytale at its finest." ★★★★★ from Valerie Padrnos

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Publisher
Partridge & Pear Press
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Published on
Jan 1, 2016
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Pages
158
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ISBN
9781519908179
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / Christian / Romance
Fiction / Romance / Historical / 20th Century
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In the rapidly blooming courtyard beneath Bridget Moore’s new Anchorage apartment, the signs are unmissable: spring has come. As she unpacks boxes, Bridget hopes that she too is moving forward. With her tight schedule—college, working as a vet tech, volunteering at the animal shelter, caring for her beloved dogs—Bridget strives to keep too busy to register the pain of losing her mother just months ago.

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"Bold narrator and chilling historical setting...an unusually vivid context, [lets] Hannah report on the decadence of her world without losing her life –or her mind."-- New York Times

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