Love Finds You In Victory Heights Washington
Reviewed by Cindy Loven
Rosalie Madison, was working for the war effort. After all, her fiance' had given his life as a pilot, surely she could give her time and work as a riveter. She loves her job, and is very good at it. In fact maybe she is too good at it, after setting a national record for the amount of rivets done in a day, she finds herself in the limelight. Something she is not fond of.
Throw in the fact that a very attractive reporter, who she is trying to avoid at all cost, is trying to do a series of newspaper articles on her success as a riveter and on her life, Rosalie finds herself dubbed as "Seattle's Own Rosie the Riveter."
Trying to keep her life together in a time of war, when all is uncertain around her, and trying to be there for her friends who still have husbands and boyfriends fighting overseas, Rosalie is stretched to the breaking point, but finding her way back to God, gives her the strength to help others and to go on.
Ocienna and Tricia have given us another great story! I loved "Rosie the Riveter" and truly enjoyed this book. It was a easy read, and I truly did enjoy learning more about the young ladies who kept our nation going while our boys were off to war. Thanks for a great book!! 344 pages, $12.99 US 5 stars
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