The Good Shepherd

[PDF / Epub] ☉ The Good Shepherd  ❤ Jardonn Smith – Johndore.co.uk
  • ebook
  • 51 pages
  • The Good Shepherd
  • Jardonn Smith
  • 25 November 2017

About the Author: Jardonn Smith

Jardonn Smith resides at the web site, Jardonn s Erotic Tales.com


The Good Shepherd Making Love Inside A Nazi POW Camp Is Impossible Falling In Love Is Not, But Death By Slow Starvation Is A Grim Proposition, So When Two US Airmen Prisoners See Their Chance For Escape They Take It Success Will Require Much Courage And Faith In Each Other, Plus A Little Help From An Unexpected Guide

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13 thoughts on “The Good Shepherd

  1. Elisa Rolle says:

    This day I really didn t need to cry , but it was time for me to read this Christmas novella by Jardonn Smith and so I did, and of course I cried The Good Shepherd is a bittersweet novella, it s a Christmas novella only since the two heroes met during the Christmas season of 1944, but they did so in a prisoner camp in German territory under Nazi occupation during that 1944 they were lucky and with the help of a German shepherd they managed to escape and go back to United States to start a life together Good you will say, that is a story with an angst beginning but with an happily ever after Wrong The author didn t deceive the reader, he starts the story in 1951 and Harold, Jack s lover, dies in Korea from this event, Jack walks through the memory lane and tells us the story of their brief but deep love Jack had only 6 years with Harold, but those six years will last all his life, a life that will be 10 times longer, 60 years.Sure, this is a bittersweet story, but it s also a love story Jack loved Harold, and he understood that harnesses his lover in a country life would have meant killing him But Harold died anyway, so what is the meaning of Jack s generosity That he was not the one who killed him Harold was not happy in their farm, he wanted to fly, to fly away he loved Jack and I m sure he was thinking that he was always coming back to him, but that is the war, and that was the fate of many soldiers who didn t believe they would die in war And maybe Harold thought he was different, he had already managed to escape once, why not two Harold was for sure a dreamer, and maybe he was also young I don t blame Jack for letting him go, probably if that was not the case, Harold would have gone in any case, and their love would have been destroyed In this way, even if Jack has no Harold, he has at least the memory of their perfect love.http www. dp B006O1YC8K