The Promise

Delighted to see The Promise – by Kathleen Harryman and Lucy Marshall – one of my most recent narrations is now available. This was a challenging read – for the subject matter and the accents! Thanks to Anita Gilbert, accent coach extraordinaire for her assistance with the Czech character!

Whitby, September 1939. As Britain is gripped by the fear and uncertainty of war, the lives of a group of young friends are set to be changed forever.

Tom Armitage stands to gain the one thing that he never thought possible – his freedom.

Rosie Elliot sees her future crumbling to dust as Will Aarons leaves Whitby with Jimmy Chappell to fight in the war. As she begins work at The Turnstone Convalescent Home, Rosie finds something she thought she had lost. Friendship.

But friendship soon turns to love. Can this new love replace Will?

This is not an ordinary love story. It’s a story of love, loss, courage, and honor. Of promises that must be kept or risk losing everything you’ve ever held dear.

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