Foxden Acres, the first of the Dudley Sisters Saga, is Bess Dudley’s story. Set on the land it is one of a woman’s strength, of loyalty, friendships, love and loss – and of having the courage to move on while carrying a terrible secret.
Foxden Acres is book one of the Dudley Sisters Saga, WW2 Historical fiction with a romantic theme.
The book opens with a prologue, a family group wait at the station for the arrival of the train bearing soldiers coming home from the war.
Chapter one turns back the clock; pre-war, New Years Eve 1939. Bess is a trainee teacher in London, her father works on the Foxden estate, she has grown up riding the horses on the estate. Allowed to borrow books from the estate library, Bess is caught tip-toeing out by James.
Keen to get to know the grown up Bess more, James suggests they meet in London, but this isn’t their destiny, war breaks out and Bess is offered the job turning Foxden into a productive farm supplying home grown food for the nation. She finds herself…
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