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After the dance [text (large print)] / Dee Williams.

By: Williams, Dee.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Leicester : Charnwood, 2008Edition: Large print edition.Description: 334 pages ; 24 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781847820877 (hbk.); 1847820875 (hbk.).Subject(s): Pregnancy, Unwanted -- Fiction | Unmarried mothers -- Fiction | Quakers -- Fiction | Dance -- Fiction | Large type books | Family sagas | Great Britain -- Social life and customs -- 1918-1945 -- Fiction | Rotherhithe (London, England) -- FictionGenre/Form: Large type books. | Domestic fiction. | General fiction.DDC classification: 823.914 Subject: Dee Williams' latest saga, both warm and nostalgic, will transport you back to the lost era of Swingtime. It's late 1935 and Sue Carver is living happily with her parents in Rotherhithe, working in the office of a local car dealer. She constantly has to resist the advances of her boss, the wealthy Fred Hunt, and her best friend Jane warns her to be careful. Fred's not the only one to have taken a liking to Sue: Jane's brother Ron also shows his admiration for her. But Sue's main love is dancing. She and Jane are always to be found at the local dance hall and when one memorable night the band brings in a new singer, Cy Noble, Sue can't help falling for him. Cy fails to tell her he is married, taking advantage of her naivety, and they spend a wild night together. But reality hits hard after the dance. Cy moves on and Sue is devastated to find out she is pregnant. Her parents are horrified when they find out, and just when she thinks things couldn't be worse, tragedy strikes. Will Sue ever find the love and happiness she craves?
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It's late 1935 and Sue Carver is living with her parents in Rotherhithe, working in the office of a local car dealer. She has to resist the advances of her boss, Fred Hunt, and her best friend Jane warns her to be careful. Jane's brother Ron also shows his admiration for her, but Sue's main love is dancing.

Dee Williams' latest saga, both warm and nostalgic, will transport you back to the lost era of Swingtime. It's late 1935 and Sue Carver is living happily with her parents in Rotherhithe, working in the office of a local car dealer. She constantly has to resist the advances of her boss, the wealthy Fred Hunt, and her best friend Jane warns her to be careful. Fred's not the only one to have taken a liking to Sue: Jane's brother Ron also shows his admiration for her. But Sue's main love is dancing. She and Jane are always to be found at the local dance hall and when one memorable night the band brings in a new singer, Cy Noble, Sue can't help falling for him. Cy fails to tell her he is married, taking advantage of her naivety, and they spend a wild night together. But reality hits hard after the dance. Cy moves on and Sue is devastated to find out she is pregnant. Her parents are horrified when they find out, and just when she thinks things couldn't be worse, tragedy strikes. Will Sue ever find the love and happiness she craves?

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