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Author:Ellie Dean

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Publisher: Random House

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Peggy folded the letter with trembling fingers. ‘That was harsh,’ she managed through her anger. ‘I can’t believe any mother could write such a cruel letter knowing how much it would hurt you.’

‘I thought she might be softer-hearted,’ said Fran through her tears. ‘But she’s turned out to be as staunch a Catholic as Da. And although I know they both love me, it’s clear they’ll never change their minds.’

Peggy drew her close and held her to her heart as she waited for the tears to subside. ‘So what will you do, Fran?’

 

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As the Sun Breaks Through by Ellie Dean

Author:Ellie Dean , Date: June 11, 2019

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Author:Ellie Dean

Language: eng

Format: epub

Publisher: Random House
Peggy folded the letter with trembling fingers. ‘That was harsh,’ she managed through her anger. ‘I can’t believe any mother could write such a cruel letter knowing how much it would hurt you.’

‘I thought she might be softer-hearted,’ said Fran through her tears. ‘But she’s turned out to be as staunch a Catholic as Da. And although I know they both love me, it’s clear they’ll never change their minds.’

Peggy drew her close and held her to her heart as she waited for the tears to subside. ‘So what will you do, Fran?’

‘I don’t know,’ she said sadly. ‘I love Robert, and I love Mammy and Da. I don’t want to lose any of them.’

Peggy held her close, her emotions in turmoil. She was angry with Fran’s family for being so cold-hearted and blinkered; sad for Fran and Robert; and fretful over her inability to find a solution to it all. Poor, sweet little Fran had the hardest of decisions to make and, like Sarah, would be forced to choose between two impossible options which, in the end, could only bring heartache.

Daisy came trotting up to Fran, her face wreathed in worry as she leaned against her knee and kissed her hand. ‘Not cry, Fran. Daisy kiss all betta.’

Fran reached down and drew her onto her lap, burying her tear-streaked face in her dark curls. ‘Sweet Daisy,’ she murmured. ‘Aunty Fran’s all better now she’s got you to cuddle.’

Daisy looked up at her with big brown eyes full of concern. ‘My daddy gone long, long away too,’ she said, resting the palm of her small hand on Fran’s cheek. ‘He be home soon and he come with your daddy and we have lots of cuddles.’ She nestled within Fran’s embrace and stuck her thumb in her mouth.

‘Oh, bless her,’ whispered Peggy, her own eyes pricking with tears as Fran rocked Daisy back and forth, and the others suddenly became busy at stove and sink. This war was hard enough to struggle through without old prejudices rearing their ugly heads, and if only they could all see the world through the eyes of a child like Daisy who thought all problems could be solved by a cuddle, it would certainly be a much better and happier place.

Ron left the kitchen with a heavy heart and went down the steps to the basement. He walked past the bedroom where he’d slept for many years, and opened the next door along. The room was bright with the sunlight pouring in through the narrow window that looked out from beneath the front steps.

He stood for a long moment, regarding the bunk beds where Bob and Charlie had slept before they’d been evacuated to the farm in Somerset. The mattresses had been rolled up, the blankets and pillows in a neat pile at the end of each bed, their toys and clothes packed away, the train set stowed in a large box on top of the wardrobe. The absence of these small things made him

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