Tides of Honour

Tides of Honour A Novel Of Love, Loss, And Honour Amidst The Horrors Of War And Its Aftermath.It S 1916, And The Last Thing Nova Scotian Soldier Danny Baker Expects To Find In War Torn France Is The Love Of His Life Audrey Poulin Is Alone In The World, And Struggling To Survive The War In The French Countryside When Audrey And Danny Meet And Fall In Love, It Seems Like The Best Version Of Fate.But Love Is Only The Beginning, As Danny Loses A Leg In The Battle Of The Somme, And Returns Home To Halifax With Audrey, Only To Discover That He S Unable To Leave The War Behind Danny And Audrey Struggle With Their New Life Together, And Must Face Not Only Their Own Internal Demons, But A Catastrophe That Will Soon Rip Apart Everything They Think They Know About Themselves And Each Other.Genevieve Graham, Author Of Under The Same Sky And Sound Of The Heart, Brings Her Passion For Weaving History And Fiction Together In A Seamless Tale That Will Capture And Enthrall The Reader. A broken down wagon, war weary soldiers and romance set in the back drop of war in 1916 Daniel and Audrey connect instantly and communicate with one another through letters while he is off fighting in the war in France They fall in love and he asks her to marry him The two are hopeful until Daniel s injured and loses his leg He doesn t think Audrey will want him any but she assures him that she loves him no matter what Audrey s a brave young woman, na ve but refreshing She moves overse A broken down wagon, war weary soldiers and romance set in the back drop of war in 1916 Daniel and Audrey connect instantly and communicate with one another through letters while he is off fighting in the war in France They fall in love and he asks her to marry him The two are hopeful until Daniel s injured and loses his leg He doesn t think Audrey will want him any but she assures him that she loves him no matter what Audrey s a brave young woman, na ve but refreshing She moves overseas to marry a man she hardly knows other than through letters You always make the pretty things ugly It s all fine in the beginning while they live with his parents but things begin turn when they move to Halifax for Daniel to find work He swithdrawn and becomes bitter because he feels he should be able to provide for Audrey as a man She s determined not to give up on h
4.5 stars Oh how I love war time romances but I especially enjoy them when they are different.This book is set in Canada during the Great War which is what immediately drew me in.I haven t read any books on the Great War set anywhere other than England or France so this book totally grabbed my attention.This book had everything that I look for i
Breathtaking and Powerful with strong emotions 6 starsAuthor Genevieve Graham has done it again with her new novel Tides of Honour It s emotional, intense and insightful Ms Graham is truly a talented storyteller and descriptive writer I could almost see the people and Halifax and its surroundings Her research was well documented, the story very well written and nicely blended with her rich characters This is a story of trust, love, loss, hope and honour On October 1916, Danny Baker, a No Breathtaking and Powerful with strong emotions 6 starsAuthor Genevieve Graham has done it again with her new novel T
I received an ARC of this book through the GoodReads First Reads program.I am so very torn about this book First off, I have to say that I m a sucker for anything involving Canada and The First World War That is one of my favourite areas of history to study, and so I was super excited to read this novel And there were a lot of things I liked about it War bride Yes, super interesting A soldier that lost not only good friends, but his leg on the battlefield and now has to adjust to a complet I received an ARC of this book through the GoodReads First Reads program.I am so very torn about this book First off, I have to say that I m a sucker for anything involving Canada and The First World War That is one of my favourite areas of history to study, and so I was super excited to read this novel And there were a lot of things I liked about it War bride Yes, super interesting A soldier that lost not only good friends, but his leg on the battlefield and now has to adjust to a completely different life at home than he thought he d have YES This changed man and his new wife having to negotiate all of this together, only to be faced with another disaster in the form of the Halifax Explosion GOOD LORD YES All supremely interesting, and for the most part it is handled well, and quit
From the fields of France to the shores of Nova Scotia, Graham captured the period and delivered a tale that will stay with you long after the audio ends In Tides of Honour, she shares the story of Nova Scotian soldier Danny Baker as he traipses through France in the summer of 1916 and meets a young woman named Audrey Poulin His troop holds up for the night in the barn of her grandmother s farm Orphaned, Audry has spent the last ten years caring for her grandmother and the farm The two feel From the fields of France to the shores of Nova Scotia, Graham captured the period and delivered a tale that will stay with you long after the audio ends In Tides of Honour, she shares the story of Nova Scotian soldier Danny Baker as he traipses through Fr
Okay, I ll be honest the reason I read romance The sexy heroes Everything else is secondary Except emotion There are very few authors I ve read who have made me cry, laugh, or react in some other way through the emotional intensity in their books I have just added Genevieve Graham to that list Tides of Honor is all about duty, honor, tragedy, triumph, and, of course, love She had me turning pages as fast as I could to find out what was next for Danny and Audrey as we travel along with t Okay, I ll be honest the reason I read romance The sexy heroes Everything else is secondary Except emotion There are very few authors I ve read who have made me cry, laugh, or react in some other way through the emotional intensity in their books I have just added Genevieve Graham to that list Tides of Honor is all about duty, honor, tragedy, triumph, and, of course, love She had me turning pages as fast as I could to find out what was
I received this for free from first reads Awesome right Right.To be completely honest, I m not even sure why I entered the giveaway but I sure as hell am glad that I did.I ve never really had an interest in history, and therefore never really had an interest in historical fiction, but this novel blew me away.Amazing plot Amazing characters Amazing story.I was a little wary to read this book because of the setting of the first world war that s what I m studying in history class right now and I received this for free from first reads Awesome right Right.To be completely honest, I m not even sure why I entered the giveaway but I sure as hell am glad that I did.I ve never really had an interest in history, and therefore never really had an interest in historical fiction, but this novel blew me awa
A war torn and weary soldier, a woman who crosses an ocean to be with him, and a hard fought, gritty story of love surviving so much The deep felt storytelling of the author paired with a new to me narrator bringing WWI era Canadian Maritime history to life made this a fabulous listening experience.Tides of Honour is a standalone story of war, love, darkness, and healing It s not an easy story to hear and brings to life the light and dark of this critical time in history The first part of the A war torn and weary soldier, a woman who crosses an ocean to be with him, and a hard fought, gritty story of love surviving so much The deep felt storytelling of the author paired with a new to me narrator bringing WWI era Canadian Maritime history to life made this a fabulous listening experience.Tides of Honour is a standalone story of war, love, darkness, a
TIDES OF HONOURGenevieve GrahamGraham s latest is a poignant, moving masterpiece of historical fiction, set during WWI both in the bloody trenches of France and Nova Scotia Canada it s an epic tale of love, loss and hope Told in the third person from the points of view of both the male and female lead protagonists, Danny and Audrey and with a matter of fact narrative this author weaves an exquisite tale that gives a voice to a piece of Canadian history, the Halifax Nova Scotia explosion of 1917 TIDES OF HONOURGenevieve GrahamGraham s latest is a poignant, moving masterpiece of historical fiction, set during WWI both in the bloody trenches of France and Nova Scotia Canada it s an epic tale of love, loss and hope Told in the third person from the points of view of both the male and female lead protagonists, Danny and Audrey and with a matter of fact narrative this author weaves an exquisite tale that gives a voice to a piece of Canadian history, the Halifax Nova Scotia explosion of 1917, while showcasing important social issues of the time and telling a
If you have never read a Genevieve Graham book, what s wrong with you Seriously, this author knows how to take her readers back into the past and it s a real gift As a person who bursts with pride at hailing from the Maritimes , I am very glad that Graham chose to a speak about the life of a soldier in World War One, a war that our country is slowly beginning to ignore, and b the devastating disaster of the Halifax explosion Graham packs an emotional punch right from the beginning with a If you have never read a Genevieve Graham book, what s wrong with you Seriously, this author knows how to take her readers back into the past and it s a rea

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  • Paperback
  • 432 pages
  • Tides of Honour
  • Genevieve Graham
  • English
  • 08 January 2017
  • 1476790515