Sentiments run high in this collection of romances set during the Second World War. From England to Denmark, the USA to Newfoundland, romance comes during hardships, binding hearts and lives together.
As might be expected, there are times readers will cry in these novels, yet others where they will laugh, and each will leaving you sighing at the beauty of faith, hope and love. There is intrigue, sacrifice, healing and so much more woven together in these touching stories.
I especially enjoyed that three of the novels were connected by characters who knew each other and worked together in the war effort to rescue Jewish children from the Nazis.
There are nine stories total, and though I am not generally fond of novellas, these were an exception as they allowed me to feel with and through the characters what it was like to live through a World War.
And now for the illustrious author list: Cathie Marie Hake, Kim Vogel Sawyer, Dianna Crawford, Joann Croston, Kelly Eileen Hake, Sally Laity, DiAnn Mills, Janelle B. Schneider, and Lynette Sowell. I was pleased to see the names of many authors I’ve read and enjoyed over the last several years.
Thank you to NetGalley (https://www.netgalley.com/) and Barbour Books for providing me with a copy of this novel to read and review.