Sunday, September 30, 2012
With Every Letter
I love the books by Sarah Sundin that are set in the WWII era, I love this history of the time and the struggles and fortitude that the people of that time showed! This is the second book I've reviewed of Sundin's and I absolutely love the books she writes. While the books are a type of romance, she includes enough "danger" and historical aspects of it, that you aren't overloaded with it. Plus she stays away from the cornier type of romance writing that so many Christian books fall into, so I really appreciate that!
In "With Every Letter" Lt. Mellie, ( a nurse) is roped into writing into an anonymous mail exchange with some of the soldiers overseas. She's weary about having to make friends with a stranger as that takes her out of her comfort zone, but is willing to give it a try. Tom in a roundabout way becomes the recipient of Millie's letter and they begin to forge a friendship that quickly escalates into something much stronger. But with both of them holding on to secrets, neither can see a way of truly "knowing" each other.
The book is fantastically written, great flow and easy readability!
"Book has been provided courtesy of Baker Publishing Group and Graf-Martin Communications, Inc.
Available at your favourite bookseller from Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group".