Monday, April 29, 2019
On My Nightstand - The Sky Above Us by Sarah Sundin
Violet Lindstrom longs to serve as a missionary, but a broken engagement and WWII put a damper on those plans. The closest she can come to her heart's desire is joining the Red Cross. There's no way she will allow a romance to get in the way of her calling.
Adler Paxton, a brash but hurting pilot, vows never to love again after a tragedy took his sweet fiancee, Oralee. His focus is on becoming an ace and helping the Allied forces defeat Hitler. The only thing he didn't factor into his equation was a pretty, blond Red Cross gal and his fighter pilot friend, Nick.
The author's research on WWII is impeccable. I marvel at the detail put into this story. The characters are realistic and their growth and the development of relationships make you forget this is fiction.
The Sky Above Us is Book 2 of the Sunrise at Normandy series. I've read many of Sarah Sundin's books and each one gets better. I'm looking forward to the third book.
5 Stars all the way!
Writers: Have you considered writing historical fiction? If so, what kind of research will you do or have you already done?
Readers: What time periods are you drawn to in historical fiction? Why?
Posted by Susan J. Reinhardt at 12:30 AM
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Thank you for the lovely review, Susan! I'm glad you enjoyed Adler & Violet's story!
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