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The Legend of the Mountain Ash By Ruth Sims,

  • Title: The Legend of the Mountain Ash
  • Author: Ruth Sims
  • ISBN: 9781611870893
  • Page: 348
  • Format: ebook
  • Ethan is a Doughboy wounded in the battle for Belleau Wood Davy is a reviled British conscientious objector serving in a military hospital Two young men drawn to each other in the midst of the horrors of the Great War Neither has a family, for the soldier s has all died and the CO s has cast him off in disgust for refusing to take up arms.The bond of love that grows betEthan is a Doughboy wounded in the battle for Belleau Wood Davy is a reviled British conscientious objector serving in a military hospital Two young men drawn to each other in the midst of the horrors of the Great War Neither has a family, for the soldier s has all died and the CO s has cast him off in disgust for refusing to take up arms.The bond of love that grows between Ethan and Davy takes them to Ethan s beautiful Appalachian hills, where they build a home and make a life It is there they find that their love is strong enough to conquer everything, even time and death.A new short story from our Candlelight literary romance line, from the author of the bestsellers SONG ON THE SAND, BURMA GIRL, MR NEWBY S REVENGE and THE LAWYER, THE GHOST AND THE CURSED CHAIR.
    The Legend of the Mountain Ash Ethan is a Doughboy wounded in the battle for Belleau Wood Davy is a reviled British conscientious objector serving in a military hospital Two young men drawn to each other in the midst of the horrors

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    1. The Legend of Mountain Ash is a wonderful story I ve read it before and remembered the story as soon as I read the first lines It s one that sticks with you, pulling emotion that you don t want to fear and wonder at the magic offered It s not an easy story but Sims rarely offers that Instead it s sad, painful, uplifting, and offers happiness but not before the sacrifice The writing is beautiful and perhaps some of the author s best so if you haven t read it, you should for that reason alone.Etha [...]

    2. The opening lines of Ruth Sims short story puts the reader at the feet of a storyteller swaying in a rocking chair on the porch of a log cabin such as Ethan and Davy live in The Legend of the Mountain Ash mixes the eeriness of myth with a story set in a time we can recognize.In a few brief words, Ms Sims captures a hideous time for the young men in World War 1, the fighters and non combatants both Ethan and Davy, the wounded and the medic, find love in the horror and a refuge in the Appalachian [...]

    3. A short story about forever love, and here forever is a really long time Davy and Ethan met during IWW and at the end of that war, Davy being disowned by his own English family for being a conscientious objector and Ethan being an orphan, they decided to build their own family and home in the Appalachian Mountain But they were na ve, and innocent, believing they could live together given they didn t harm anyone Davy above all, a CO, believed there was good in anyone Davy is like a mystical creat [...]

    4. Heartbreaking story with a happy end It is a legend, the tale two men, Ethan Davies They make a cute couple and they are total opposites Davis is a gentle soul who is against killing, and served as a nurse I think in the army He is positive guy who is always laughing Ethan, a soldier, takes everything seriously, and has gravitas They meet during the war, fall in love and leave the army They hope to build a loving and peaceful life together, far away from guns and blood Love, they have in spades [...]

    5. Very good short m m romance fable about two men who meet during WWI and then attempt to build a life together in the Appalachian Mountains.

    6. Whether you believe in legends or miracles, the story of Ethan and Davy is a tale of love and survival A great little read that left me equally in tears and smiles.

    7. the only reason i gave it a 3 star instead of a two is that for such a short story, I did like the emotions overall the lack of dialogue at the very beginning kept me emotionally detached until nearly finished.This is m m story.

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