His parents tragic deaths consigns an American boy to an orphanage, where his only escape is to join the army. Shipped off to London in 1944, he prevents the suicide of a pregnant young British girl by marrying her on the brink of D-day. Following the horrors of WWII, he returns to his young wife, but she still loves another. Years pass without love or faith, and he is estranged from the boy he raised as his son. The death of his wife and hatred of his son leave him desolate until a mysterious woman changes his life. His lonely existence ends as his faith returns, and love never again becomes love again and again. This is the male version of the novel.
A womans version is the second part. A young American soldier marries a pregnant British girl to save her from suicide, then he goes off to war. This story follows each characters journey through fear, doubt, and the acceptance of their fates through letters to each other while WWII rages in Europe. Reunited after the war ends, these virtual strangers have to discover how to become a family. Through the twists and turns of circumstances, they all discover that faith, love, and forgiveness are the salve that heals broken hearts to make loving again possible.
Love Never Again is really two books in one. The struggles of finding love and keeping ones faith in God despite the horrors of war and personal loss make this story real, and each version finds resolution in its own way.