This Royal Breed

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This Royal Breed

This Royal Breed After the death of Rochelle Dubois s parents she is adopted by their employer Charles Laurient and together she and Charles work to rear his treasured rare orchids But when war breaks out Charles

  • Title: This Royal Breed
  • Author: Judith Saxton
  • ISBN: 9780312070946
  • Page: 167
  • Format: Hardcover
  • After the death of Rochelle Dubois s parents, she is adopted by their employer, Charles Laurient, and together she and Charles work to rear his treasured rare orchids But when war breaks out, Charles gets taken away by the Germans and Rochelle must look to his son Laurie for salvation.

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      Published :2019-05-04T11:51:13+00:00

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    1. Bev Taylor on said:

      rochelle is left an orphan when her parents r killed and no-one in her family appears to want her. then her paRENT'S EMPLOYER, CHARLES, ADOPTS HER, AND SHE STARTS TO LIVE AN IDYLLIC LIFE IN A MANOR HOUSE ON JERSEY charles is obsessed with orchids and one in particular that he is trying to breed, the pure madonna. rochelle shares his love and helps in every way she can, learning as she goes then war breaks out and the island is taken by the germans. life will never be the same again. worse, charl [...]

    2. Clare O'Beara on said:

      This is an interesting look at raising orchids, added to history of the island of Jersey. During the Second World War Jersey could have been shelled from mainland France so the island had no option but to surrender. The British citizens and occupying Germans lived uneasily and one girl is followed as she tries to preserve orchids which the Germans think take up useless space in a greenhouse. Captured workers from the continent are treated as slaves by the occupiers. Food runs short.The story is [...]

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