Writing as Fiona Field

Soldiers Wives_1400This page-turning soap opera interweaves the stories of three women trying to get to grips with military life. Chrissie, orphaned young, finds solace in her career as a medic in the regiment, but will love for a married man prove her undoing? Maddy, a brilliant Oxford graduate, is bogged down with a fretful baby and a super-ambitious officer husband. Will she be able to stand life as a regimental wife? And Jenna – glamorous, bad girl Jenna, who doesn’t believe in rules and regulations. Will she destroy her husband’s career? Or will it destroy her?  Buy now

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The story of two girls who, on the surface, seem to have a lot in common… Both motherless. Both sent to the same boarding school for ‘army brats’. Both, later, commissioned into the army themselves. Both desperate for their fathers’ love and approval. Samantha Lewis puts everything into being the soldier her father wants her to be. But her heart will lead her in an unexpected direction and threaten her authority over the men under her command. Michelle Flowers also craves her father’s attention, but her impulsiveness will drive her into an obsession with the husband of another woman – with disastrous consequences.  Buy now

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In this, the third book in the series (e-book and hardback out in May 2016. Paper back out in September 2016) Major Mike Collins and his wife, Susie, are struggling to adjust to life on civvy street, while their rebellious twin daughters react very badly to the disastrous change in their circumstances. Meanwhile, dramas are unfolding back at the regiment. Maddy Fanshaw has forgiven her husband Seb for his affair, but trouble brews when he is promoted over the head of a more senior friend. And how will everyone react when Susie Collins applies for the relatively humble job of mess manager? Let alone when former bad girl, Jenna, returns to set up a hairdressing salon in the new community centre – and perhaps set the regiment by the ears all over again… Order now                  

The Eye of the Storm revised 2In the immediate aftermath of the Normandy landings, chaos reigns and lives are irrevocably disrupted. At the Ferme de la Source, an isolated farm close to the front line, Martine battles to keep her animals fed, and shelter her German boyfriend, torn between his love for Martine and fear of his SS superiors, notably Obersturmbannfuhrer Jochen Peiper. On the south coast of England, meanwhile, Colonel David Clarke is preparing his troops for the last stage of the Allied invasion, the assault on Caen. At home, in her Sussex cottage, his pretty young wife Gwen, assuages her loneliness with a friendship – but one she may learn to regret. As the battle rages, in the air and on the ground, passions are ignited and loyalties are strained. Ultimately, though, honour will prevail… Buy now                    

A Question of Loyalty revisedYvie first meets Adam and Pammy Clifton as neighbours in quarters in Germany, where she has been posted with her soldier husband, Richard. Their friendship is cemented by the shared experience of army life, but is put to the test when the relationship between Adam and Yvie turns into a short-lived but passionate affair. Years later Yvie is certain that she has put all memory of that ill-fated liaison behind her. But when a released terrorist from Richard’s past as a bomb-disposal expert puts his life in danger, she is forced, reluctantly, to turn to her old friends for help. Seeking refuge at the Clifton’s home in the Lake District, together with her teenage daughter Claire, Yvie is all too aware of the smouldering attraction between herself and Adam, and is determined that it will not be reignited…  Buy now           

 

A Regimental Affair - revisedWhen Ginny Turner arrives to take up her new post as Regimental Admin Officer, there are mixed feelings on ‘the patch’. Her old friend Debbie is delighted: Ginny is fun, good company, and will brighten things up no end. Alice Davies, wife of commanding officer Bob Davies, is less pleased. She remembers Ginny from an earlier posting as being ‘a bit fast’. Ginny herself is excited, not least at the prospect at being reunited with her old boss, for whom she has long held a candle. When the regiment embarks on an emergency tour of Kosovo – minus wives – Colonel Bob and Ginny are inevitably thrown together. Will they put their ambition and careers first, or will they give into temptation and their mutual attraction? Either way a stormy road lies ahead for Bob and Ginny. Buy now

      

             

 

 

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