One grand prize winner will receive:
- A Kindle HDX
- The Wings of the Nightingale Series (With Every Letter, On Distant Shores, and In Perfect Time)
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He was a pilot, loved math, beat drums for his passion, respected by his friends and yet did not live up to his parent's expectations. She was a flight nurse, received lots of attention from men, wanted to attend chief nursing school and left home to flee from parents who disdained her. Both Roger Cooper and Kay Jobson were as far away from a relationship with each other until God met them both in their deepest hour of need. Lt. Roger Cooper was a man who desired to play in a band when his circuit was up. He didn't bet on falling for flirtatious and vulnerable Lt. Kay Jobson. Kay believed that she could have any man at her fingertips, but Roger was different. As God brought them together to share faith and friendship they found they had a lot in common. It wasn't until Kay shared her dream of having a house with a fence and a yard that Roger decided he couldn't be the man for Kay since his dream involved traveling with a band. Then Kay, Roger and several other pilots and nurses make an emergency landing in enemy territory. They are on the run for 2 months and become close to each other as they struggle to hide and survive. Enter the world of WWII and the lives of men and women caring for the wounded as they make hopes and dreams come alive in a land of death and dying. Discover how Roger and Kay learn the powerful redemptive love of God and the magnetic pull of love despite all odds.
In Perfect Time by Sarah Sundin is the third book in the series of Wings of the Nightingale. Three flight nurse stories are told in these historical and romantic novels. I really enjoyed the first two books, but I wasn't a fan of Kay Jobson and was not quite sure how I would like this novel. I did feel that the beginning was a little slow, but when Kay and Roger started interacting more and they were put in a tense situation I saw the story blossom with unique twists and turns. I loved the tension in the relationship and the special signals each developed for each other. Sarah knows how to weave history, romance and action into an exciting and page turning novel.
*I was given a complimentary copy of this book by Litfuse for the purpose of this review. All opinions are my own.*
Check out my other reviews of Sarah's books:
*With Every Letter
*On Distant Shores