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Cover Crush: A Kiss from France by Susan Hughes

B.R.A.G. Medallion Honoree When I first saw this book on indieBRAG’s homepage, it caught my eye immediately! I’d like to first mention the title. Love it! Catchy and intriguing. The cover itself is true to the period in which the story takes place. I love the tone and design. I have been really intrigued with the period lately and I love ready about stories of women who lived during this time and seeing war told through their eyes. Great cover, title and premise! Bumping this book up on my reading list! Be sure to read the book blurb below! Stephanie M. Hopkins Indiebrag Team Member Synopsis As men toiled on the front line, back home munitionettes made the armaments and fought battles all their own. London 1917. Lizzie Fenwick is young, ambitious and in love. At least, she thinks she’s in love with the soldier who answered the note she concealed in a box of ammunition shells. She spends her days filling shells with TNT, and her nights dreaming of the mysterious Harry Slater. Eunice Wilson knows the exact moment her marriage to Jack began to fracture. He refused to enlist, and their patriotic neighbors never let her live it…

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