A Hope Remembered by Stacy Henrie

March 31, 2015 | 2 Comments

A Hope Remembered by Stacy HenrieA Hope Remembered
Author: Stacy Henrie
Series: Of Love & War #3
Genres: Historical Romance
Format: eBook, Print
Pages: 384
Date: March 31, 2015
Publisher: Forever


Nora Lewis just wants an escape after losing her fiance in the Great War. When she inherits property in England, she boldly packs up and leaves America for a fresh start. But, if not for her dashing new neighbor, Colin Ashby, she’d be lost. Even as their friendship deepens, Nora knows a British aristocrat would never be free to love an American orphan, no matter how much the war has changed the world…

After his brother’s death in the war and his own experiences as a pilot at the front, Colin returns home broken, only to discover his family’s estate is also in ruin. The pressure is now on him to save his home and the Ashbys’ place in society with a well-bred match to a wealthy heiress. Too bad he finds more of a kindred spirit in Nora, the beautiful American next door. She, too, has faced the rigors of war and survived. Now the ex-soldier will have one more battle to fight–this time for love.


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2 responses to “A Hope Remembered by Stacy Henrie

  1. Carol L

    I’ve read the first book in this serie. I relly enjoyed it. I’m looking forward to reading this and book 2. Thanks for the post.
    Carol L

  2. This is such a sweet romance- I loved how Nora and Colin’s friendship developed in a genuine way. I admired her courage to leave everything behind and start fresh in an entirely different country. There are a couple of mysteries Nora encounters in her new neighborhood which provides some additional storylines to the main plot. I also enjoyed reading about Colin’s experiences as a pilot in the first world war and later as he continues to fly his aeroplane over the English countryside. The bond he had with his brother was evident in how intensely he grieved his loss. Even though they had completely different life purposes and personalities, the brotherly love was touching, and made it even harder for Colin to try to fill his shoes. Nora helps him put things in perspective and come to terms with God and death, even as she grieves the loss of her fiancé.

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