Wednesday, April 27, 2016

On My Nightstand - In Perfect Time by Sarah Sundin

Kay Jobson parties hard and keeps things from getting serious. There's no way she'll ever let a man capture her heart or allow him to control her.

Roger Cooper's been told he'll never amount to much, so he avoids big dreams. Past experience taught him that dames are nothing but trouble, so he steers clear as much as possible.

Against the backdrop of World War II, Sarah Sundin weaves a story of redemption that left me breathless. It starts off slow, but escalates until I could hardly stand to put it down. I loved the secondary characters, who starred in previous books, and the additional tidbits from their lives.

Sarah knows how to keep a reader's attention, and I always look forward to her books. Five stars all the way!

Disclaimer:  Neither the author nor the publisher requested this review. I did not receive any payment for it, and all opinions expressed are mine alone.

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