Blue Skies Tomorrow: Wings of Glory, Book #3

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Helen Carlisle is almost the merry widow, until secrets of her heroic husband who died in World War II start coming back to haunt her. Helen was always happiest doing volunteer work, yet she worked for a paycheck which became commandeered by her in-laws. Wanting to leave the stressful situation behind, Helen strives to better herself and her situation. Ray Novak, older brother to the Novak brothers featured in previous Wings of Glory books, is happiest being a pastor. With a war going on, Ray feels obligated to face his fears of combat and signs on for combat duty where things take a drastic turn.

What could have been a wonderful relationship developing between Helen and Ray becomes close to impossible given all the obstacles that continually worked against each of them. As a woman in the ’40s, Helen faced issues of the times such as the plights of women and black people, while Ray ended up fighting for his life in his enemy’s hands. Sundin’s writing is fluent and natural, with a story of many facets that is entertaining and emotive. World War II enthusiasts will learn a bit from Ray’s experiences, while the romantic reader will enjoy the journey of Helen and Ray.

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(US) $14.99

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(US) 9780800734237

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427

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