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For Kitty, the war opens more doors than ever before…

In June Tate’s Every Time You Say Goodbye, the war provides a means for escape and freedom for one restless young woman. Perfect for fans of Dilly Court and Lynda Page.


‘Displays June’s customary flair for keeping the reader glued to the page’ – Coventry Evening Telegraph

It’s 1943 and Kitty Freeman is hungry for excitement. Married for only 18 months, she’s miserable. Brian Freeman wants nothing more than a quiet life, a tidy home and a wife to make his dinner. But when he receives his call-up papers and is sent to France, Kitty feels like a bird set free from its cage. Will she be able to resist the charms of local villain Gerry Stubbs? Does the handsome American lieutenant Jeff Ryder want more than just friendship? One thing’s for sure: the war holds more for Kitty than she could ever have imagined…

What readers are saying about Every Time You Say Goodbye:

‘June Tate is a marvellous storyteller and this is one of her best. Her characters are warm and engaging and her stories are dramatic and well-paced

‘Thoroughly enjoyed this book. Good story with lots of twists to keep you interested’

Five stars

Reviews

Compulsive reading
Woman's Weekly
A page-turner for all saga lovers
Katie Fforde
A heart-rending tale of the life and loves of a brave and compassionate woman
Gilda O'Neill
Displays June's customary flair for keeping the reader glued to the page
Coventry Evening Telegraph
Excellent and gripping... compelling. I am eagerly awaiting June Tate's next offering
Sussex Life
Her debut book caused a stir among Cookson and Cox devotees, and they'll love this
Peterborough Evening Telegraph