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Tale of Wild Geese, A

Publisher: Independently Published
Book type: Novel
Age: Adult
Genre: Historical Fiction
Sub Genre: Action · Adventure · Coming of Age · Military · Romance · War
Language: English
Key Phrases: Battle of Britain · england · Fighter pilot · Love story · Pacific War · South Africa · USA · world war 2
Spice Level:

The spice rating is in regards to the type of sexual content within the book. Below is a helpful guide (courtesy of Georgia C Leigh)

1= YA romantic, making out, MAYBE a closed door.
2= some on page foreplay and nudity but mostly fade to black.
3= open door, on page vanilla sex.
4= on page sex – hot or with kink.
5= erotica.

“A Tale of Wild Geese is not just any old love story. It’s a completely different world that immerses you completely and refuses to let you go. You’ll find yourself listening out for Spitfires with Eleanor, saying “lass” and “aye” because Johnny Reilly has taken up permanent residence in your language faculties and watching the drifting clouds a moment longer, wondering what they looked like from the cockpit of Danny’s Spitfire. This story will turn your heart inside out because you’re not just a spectator. You’ll love, live and grieve with the three Wild Geese and find yourself wishing for just one more moment on the porch where the white roses grow long after the geese have flown on and the skies know peace again.”
– Genevieve Croeser, Facebook review
Two Spitfire pilots, a Land Girl, two wild geese and a love to span continents and years.

The year was 1940 and the skies above Britain were about to become a war zone. Eleanor Davies was turning twenty and a barmaid in the Lark.
​Johnny Reilly was her cousin, only not really… Johnny brought her things he thought she would like. He’d bring her a flower, or a seashell if it caught his eye… Then he brought her a young American pilot and all their lives changed forever. Her world shifted when Danny walked through The Lark’s door.
Danny O’Neal wasn’t supposed to be in the RAF, it violated his country’s neutrality agreements. He also wasn’t supposed to be falling in love. His whole life had been a war for survival and he was in England to change the course of his life. Meeting a girl hadn’t been in the plans.
It’s a tale of Wild Geese blowing before the winds of war, coming of age and falling in love, building something worthwhile in the midst of the greatest conflict the world has known. It’s dreaming of white roses and a porch and skies at peace, while the world is falling apart. It’s an epic tale of ‘The Few’ who defended the skies, the Women’s Land Army that kept agriculture going. And it’s love story spanning the war and different continents, a love story that left all of them changed forever.

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