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If you could sum up Shelter from the Storm in three words, what would they be?
Warm, Inspirational, Comforting
What was one of the most memorable moments of Shelter from the Storm?
It's difficult to describe just one moment. All of Ellie Dean's "Beach View Boarding House" series of books are memorable. The story changes with the addition of new characters being introduced with their own set of troubles, problems, etc. However, the best part for all of us who absolutely love Ms. Dean's series is the core family at the center of each book.
The warmth of Peggy and Ronan Reilly, as well as other members of the Reilly family, spread throughout the UK and abroad during WWII is what draws back the many fans of this series!
It's not like a "cozy mystery" because even though many of the new characters bring mysterious problems with them into the welcoming warmth of Beach View house, murder is not one of them.
If you like WWII Homefront stories from a British perspective as I do, then you will love them. I dare you not to "fall in love" with Ronan Reilly or the lovely but strong Peggy Reilly.
Have you listened to any of Julie Maisey’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
Yes, in other Beach View Boarding House books. She's a lovely narrator in all of the stories.
If you could rename Shelter from the Storm, what would you call it?
I think this is perfect. The author, Ellie Dean, is an amazing author and her titles and her prose bear this out.
Any additional comments?
Yes, my additional comments are directed towards Audible in the USA. Please, please, don't forget all of us readers/listeners in the states that truly love this author, series, and the genre of WWII Homefront in the UK perspective. If at all possible, please make these books available to all of us here in the USA. Thanking you in advance!
Another great story from this author and am waiting eagerly for the next to come out.
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Yes, it bought tears to my eyes, but throughly enjoyable. love the story & narrator