Penny

Penny

Title:Penny
Edition Language:English
ISBN:null
Format Type:ebook
Number of Pages:276 pages

Penny is hell bent on revenge on the man who caused her to flee France as a teenager with little more than the clothes on her back. She lost everything, her friends, her home and her family. She is desperate to find love and to go back home. The Nazis have occupied her country. To return now means she will risk arrest, imprisonment, hideous torture and perhaps even death. Her British friends and adoptive family don't understand her need to go back.

It's the second year of the war. Britain stands alone. Civilians face death and destruction on a daily basis through the Blitz. Penny throws herself into her translation job in order to forget about the man that broke her heart. Yearning to do more, she convinces her bosses to drop her behind enemy lines in Northern France as a spy. Working with the resistance in the darkness of occupied France her bravery, skills and resourcefulness are tested to the limit.

Now a trained killer, she comes face to face with the man she holds responsible for the loss of everything she held dear. Will she let revenge destroy any chance of happiness the future may hold? Or will she give in to the love she has waited a lifetime to find?


    Penny Reviews

  • Cora Tea Party Princess

    Five Words: Loyalty, love, friendship, war, espionage.This was a fantastic read. I really really enjoyed it.I read Penny so quickly, I got so engrossed in the story that I could hardly put it down.Ell...

  • Viviane Crystal

    Penelope (or Penny as she is called herein) is a French woman who has lost both of her parents due to the cruelty of Alain, the man who controls most of the small French town where Penny lived for mos...

  • Anne

    Penny is French and is forced to leave her childhood home and go to her deceased father's family in London to escape an evil man in her village. She is taken in and treated as one of their own. But as...

  • Bev Walkling

    4.5 starsI read this book right after finishing the author's first book in the series "Ellie". In that book I was introduced to the character of Penny, a teen-age girl who has left her homeland of Fra...

  • Robin

    The book, Penny, by Ellie Keaton, stole my heart. The heroine was genuine and true, a person with whom the reader could relate. I really like Ellie Keaton's understanding of not only the events relati...

  • Thelma Branam

    PennyLoved this book. As soon as I finish this, going straight to order the third book. Didn't get me at first, I was a little confused after just finishing Gracie, but it only got better ....

  • Stacey Wright Aumock

    Probably 3.5 stars. Good story, but I've read better books about women in WW2. It needs a bit more depth...and an epilogue. ...

  • Stacy

    Brilliant read, I thoroughly enjoyed this. Can't wait for the third book :-)...

  • Ellie Midwood

    As much as I loved “Gracie,” “Penny” (book 2 in the series) was even better! This time action takes place not only in wartime England but in France, to where Penny is parachuted as part of the...

  • Gretchen Vandeneynden

    Well put together book. The characters are well-defined and the story is interesting and suspenseful. The main character is named Penny. At the beginning of the book, she is French and lives with her ...