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In November 1918, the Great War is over and the men are coming home. For a brief period, Daisy’s world once again seems a safe and settled one.

But no one returns unscathed from such a war, although not all wounds leave obvious signs. And hard on the heels of the Armistice comes a new, invisible enemy that will strike much closer to home: a lethal epidemic of influenza.

Till now, Daisy has shared her dream of some day becoming a doctor with only one person: her beloved cousin Eddie. Her hopes for the future must be set aside while events are buffeting her family; and the best education her little school can offer aims no further than producing capable farmers and useful wives. Pursuing her dream will be no easy task for Daisy.

"After the Roses" is the sequel to "Daisy's War".

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    After the roses

    I love this book. I have read all of this series by Shayne Parkimson. Very enjoyable. Can't wait for the next onee

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    After the Roses

    The blooming romance between first cousins creeped me out throughout the entire book. I enjoyed the first four though.

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