Cross the Line Denise M. Clark

ISBN: 9781588511003

Published: December 1st 1995

Paperback

308 pages


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Cross the Line  by  Denise M. Clark

Cross the Line by Denise M. Clark
December 1st 1995 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | 308 pages | ISBN: 9781588511003 | 4.80 Mb

A historical action/romance set during the turbulent months of Americas involvement in World War I, the trenches of Belgium and France serving as an interesting, unique setting. The novel, with a female lead in a strong role, tells the story ofMoreA historical action/romance set during the turbulent months of Americas involvement in World War I, the trenches of Belgium and France serving as an interesting, unique setting. The novel, with a female lead in a strong role, tells the story of Josie LeMay and her rightful place in a mans world.

The year is 1917, and Womens Movement is propelling society into the age of Modern thinking, a time when ideas of the past must give way to the acceptance of women as competent members of society. Josie LeMay is one of those women, strong-willed, yet not abrasive, trained in a male-dominated occupation which is stubbornly hesitant to allow women to make any kind of important decisions.

Mistrust and prejudice follow her from Montana to the battlefields of Europe, an almost indomitable barrier for anyone of less mettle than Josie, who meets her challenges head-on



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