Fiamma Charles Owen

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Fiamma  by  Charles Owen

Fiamma by Charles Owen
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In the spirit of Bridges of Madison County and Casablanca, comes Fiamma, a deeply romantic novel set in post Second World War Germany.The war may have ended but the healing has yet to begin, as Mark Kenyon, a captain in the British Army’s LegalMoreIn the spirit of Bridges of Madison County and Casablanca, comes Fiamma, a deeply romantic novel set in post Second World War Germany.The war may have ended but the healing has yet to begin, as Mark Kenyon, a captain in the British Army’s Legal Service discovers. He is powerfully attracted to a beautiful local girl, Ilse, whose war-time experiences are hidden under a mischievous sense of humour and ravishing auburn hair.

But as Kenyon is drawn to Ilse, he begins to realise that his attempts to see her are thwarted at every turn. There are dark undercurrents without explanation which leave him frustrated and confused. Slowly, he learns the circumstances in which Ilse survived the war – and also about the debt she now feels beholden to pay.

The one that will change the course of their lives forever.Unable to stop events, Kenyon returns to England and puts his energy into building a successful career as a barrister.Twenty years later, he receives a call, a plea for help from Ilse. She has separated from her husband and the future of Fiamma, her teenage daughter, is causing her great anxiety.As Mark boards the plane to Europe, he fights against the realisation that he still loves this beautiful, enigmatic woman.

He asks himself whether the terrible events in her past hold the key to her nature. Is she, as he fears, inescapably marked down for disaster – or have the Fates, at a very late hour, called on him to intervene?



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