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The Paratrooper's Princess (Quick Reads) (2016)

by Horatio Clare

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A nice little book. I enjoyed it very much.
Jase cannot read and he meets Charlie who is a writer. Their relationship quickly blossoms but Jase is hiding the fact that he cannot read from her. He is in the Army but they see each other as much as they can and try to discover where the relationship is going. At a writer's course which Jase books on just to see Charlie, they spend lots of time together but Jase gets called away suddenly but they plan to stay together. It's very sweet and a great story, written well with mostly believable characters. ( )
  Nataliec7 | Mar 9, 2017 |
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Unsentimental love story told from a man's point of view Jase is a soldier who falls for a girl at a gig in Newport. When he finds out that Charlotte is a writer from London this brave man is terrified. She loves words. Jase has spent his life hiding the fact that he cannot read. Desperate to see more of her, Jase signs up for a writing course she is teaching in Wales. Can Jase possibly keep his secret there? Lust becomes love despite their differences. But Jase is called away by the Army, back to the Middle East, and now Charlotte has a secret, too...… (more)

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