15 May 1944. Dear Amelia It’s been six long weeks since I left and, although I promised to write every day, I find the constraints of military life makes that impossible. I can now understand why the letters, to you, from your father, were infrequent. At school, I was not as clever as you were, so it’s difficult for me to explain and express in a letter, how much life has changed. In writing, I want, with all my heart, to be brave like the letters you used to read from your father. After your father left for the front, no matter what we thought war would look like, nothing could prepare me for the reality that awaited.
When Jacinta discovers old love letters at her mother’s home, between Amelia and Peter, people never before heard of, she embarks on a journey of discovery and finds a most remarkable romance which is full of surprises.
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