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Aaron gets sick and it changes everything.
Robert tries to show he can be a genuine friend to someone. Rob tried to help Patrick, who was working as a nurse at Home Farm till Chrissie forced him out (thanks to his friendship with the boys). But bad luck and misunderstandings though seem to keep getting in the way.
A story about friendship and being there for people when they need you. Canon compliant (apart from the original characters) with a little stretching of timescales. This is a dialogue heavy piece, so don't be put off by the word count.
CHAPTER 45 Added 24 May 2017 – Robert is under pressure when Patrick comes home, causing him to argue with Victoria
CHAPTER 46 Added 26 May 2017 - Patrick, still recovering, wanders off when Robert is distracted by work. Emma sees an opportunity to cause trouble
STORY SUSPENDED INDEFINITELY 27 May 2017
- Part 2 of Friendship
To the World, Robert Sugden is a divorced, invalided ex-RAF pilot who works somewhere high up in the National Trust. And Aaron Dingle is his handyman, driver and housekeeper who works for him at his home, Hadleigh Manor Gatehouse.
But to those that care about them the most, they are together. There's Grandmother Faith and Wartime friend Patrick for a start, both living at her Blackpool Guesthouse where Aaron was brought up. And there is best friend Adam and his wife Victoria, now running the Sugden Farm (with regular interference from father Jack).
This is a companion piece to my Wartime Robron, “Love on the Home Front”. It is set between 1945 and the 1953 Epilogue in that story. My 40s & 50s take on Robert and Aaron is a romantic work. Here the lads are solid, despite what life throws at them and their loved ones.
Chapter 58 added 8 March 2018 - "Coming Home"
Chapter 59 added 22 April 2018 - "“Do you ever hear from anyone from the old days?”"
Chapter 60 added 9 June 2018 - "Better off without me"
- Part 2 of Home Front