On the Homefront of Dobson Town: Book Two in the Bethany Series

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During the bleakness of the Second World War, there was a family that bound together. When all else failed, they met together at the crossroads. 5 World War II continues to rage on in Europe and the Pacific during the summer of 1944. With no knowledge of Scott's fate following the Normandy invasion, twenty-year-old Bethany Davies finds a new battle emerging in Dobson. The sudden arrival of a town visitor complicates things for Bethany and Grant Masterson. Meanwhile, an old beau seeks Bethany's affections at any cost, placing her in immediate physical danger. The town deals with the loss of one of their own while also welcoming new friends to Dobson's Crossroads, North Carolina. 5 Although hope was to see the end of the war by Christmas, it wasn't to be. The Nazi regime is left with one choice: protect German soil at all costs with the American and British army's moving into Belgium and The Netherlands. Jeffrey Davies returns to the battle field with a surprise of his own. 5 On the Home Front of Dobson Town is the second book in the Bethany Series and the continuing story of the Davies family during the uncertainty of the Second World War. The first book, At Dobson's Crossroads, is now available. 5 At Dobson's Crossroads is a hit from the first paragraph. John Stevens It was difficult to put the book down. Heather Norman"

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