Mixing romance, history, and a touch of the unexplained in a new novel from Jacquie Underdown about love that needs to cross oceans and time before finding a place to come true.In 2008, 250 Australian and British soldiers are uncovered in a mass grave in Fromelles, France, lost since the Great War One soldier, bearing wounds of war so deep it scarred his soul, cannot be laid to rest just yet When Lucy bumps into the achingly sad soldier during a trip to France, she doesn t, at first glance, realise what he is a ghost who desperately needs her help Lucy can t turn away from someone who needs her, even someone non corporeal, and they travel back together to Australia in search of answers and, hopefully, some peace This chance meeting and unexplainable relationship sets into motion a chain reaction of delicate coincidences that affect the intertwined lives of family, friends, and lovers in unexpected, beautiful ways. Best Read Beyond Coincidence by Jacquie Underdown For Kindle ePUB or eBook – heartforum.co.uk
Jacquie lives in Central Queensland, Australia, where it s always hot and humidity constantly coats the skin, summer or winter After her profession as an accountant almost killed her with mind numbing boredom , she is on permanent hiatus She now spends her time wrapped up in her imagination, creating characters, exploring alternative realities, and falling in love with a host of mouth watering heroes who occupy her mind at first, then eventually her books.Jacquie has a business degree, has studied post graduate writing, editing and publishing at The University of Queensland and earned a Master of Letters from Central Queensland University But all that means is that she s super dedicated to writing the best books she can for readers to enjoy So far, she has over a million words published, and the word count is climbing Check out her many published novels, novellas and short stories that will hit you in the heart with deep emotion, love, and no ordinary storylines.
- 220 pages
- Beyond Coincidence
- Jacquie Underdown
- 18 December 2018 Jacquie Underdown