The place: London. The time: 1942. In his Specials Operations office, Colonel Welles gazed seriously at the man and woman standing before his desk. He’d just given them their mission. They had to pose as a married couple, go into Nazi-occupied France, infiltrate a German spy ring, and bring back a top agent whose tactics […]
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Here’s part one, if you missed it: Love’s Mask by LovelyLonelyLady Something else about Max quickly caught Linda’s notice the very day after the honeymoon. As if he were capable of juggling two personalities, he resumed the cold, sardonic manner of an SS officer. At least, while he worked, that was the mien everyone saw. […]
It was the 12th of June, 1942. Linda Brennen would always remember the date because her life changed quite dramatically that day. She was a quiet thirty-year-old woman with a job as a companion to a rich French lady who ostensibly supported the Vichy government. As a result, she often had to interact with the […]
Hello friends! My goal in this post is to ask counsel from the married couples of the MarriageHeat community. As some of you know, I’m a 25-year-old single lady living at home. The Lord has not yet brought into my life a man I would consider marrying, but I’m trying to prepare for that day […]
It was November 1944. Rip couldn’t believe he was really and truly on furlough, going home to Jerri. He’d been gone for almost eight months. After D-DAy in June, life had been one bloody nightmare after another. It was wartime, and he was a captain leading men against the Nazis in France. But two things […]
“We don’t have much time, Cathy,” Link whispered. “I know. But we want each other. It could be the last –” She couldn’t finish. Distress and tenderness warred with each other on Link Marshall’s face. He was weathered and exhausted and the war had etched deep creases and shadows into his cheeks and forehead and […]
On a foggy, rainy day in October of 1946, Kay waited outside the state penitentiary for her husband. The five years were up. Today he was being released. It had been a long, hard wait for both of them. He had deserved the sentence, every bit of it. From his mob days a decade earlier […]
Ted led the way to the fourth story, set down his and Elaine’s suitcases, unlocked his apartment door, and showed her in. She looked around with interest, though she wore, as usual, her nonchalant façade. Ted saw through it like a piece of glass but pitied her meanwhile. The girl had lived a rotten life […]
Ed Killian was a lonely, wandering ex-Army lieutenant, looking for something but never able to identify it. Until now. When he saw Angie singing in the restaurant, he was drawn. No woman had really interested him for some time. Memories from Korea were always poisoning his thoughts and making any sort of beautiful daydreams turn […]
It had been five months since the plane crash, and still no rescuers had showed up. Things had settled into almost a normal routine for Lance and Aurora. They fished a lot, since the sea must needs be the source of most of their food; they gathered and stored wood and dry palm fronds for […]
Hello, friends! I’m a twenty-five-year-old single Christian lady. Within the last year or two, I stumbled onto this site, and let me say right off: the stories and the principles behind this ministry have really helped me! To give you a better picture of my background, I need to explain that I wasn’t educated much […]
It was about half past nine. Gil and Mara had gone to bed, but they were fighting; words flew, harsh and cutting, between them. The issue, which concerned the appropriation of some unexpected money, seemed pretty major to both of them. Mara felt they should save it; Gil thought it could purchase a new car, […]