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- With Every Letter and On Distant Shores by Sarah Sundin
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On Distant Shores by Sarah Sundin is the second book in Wings of the Nightingale series about flight nurses in WW II. Georgie Taylor is a respectable and faithful southern woman working far away from her doting family and anxious fiancé. She loves her work and enjoys the fellowship with her new friends but is insecure about her duties as a flight nurse. She meets Hutch, a quiet and handsome non-commissioned pharmacist with impeccable knowledge in his field, but is given very little respect. And he has a concerned fiancée waiting for him back home. Georgie and Hutch meet and eventually after broken relationships and betrayal from their former loves become bonded in a secret friendship. Their paths cross off and on, but when Hutch becomes bitter, Georgie pulls away. Can Georgie and Hutch push beyond the pressures of war and blossom a love that God planned for them?
This second novel is just as enticing with the combination of romance and war. I fell in love with Georgie and Hutch. They were very different in personality and character, but uniquely alike in their dreams and purpose. Georgie was absolutely charming, but with a strong backbone despite some weaknesses that she eventually overcame. I felt sorry for Hutch who seemed to constantly be trampled by commanding officers and just could never quite achieve what he was striving to do by pursuing the Pharmacy Corps. Sarah gives fascinating facts about flight nursing, the army pharmacy and the protocol of love relationships between ranks. All this combines to form an enjoyable historical romance.
*I was given a complimentary copy of this book from Litfuse Hens for the purpose of this review. All opinions are my own.*