Blue Skies Tomorrow| Review
Another awesome book from Sarah Sundin. I too am sad to see this last book in this series, but have so enjoyed the Novak brothers, each brother so different in personality and each with a different story. Kind hearted Ray, so torn with emotions concerning combat, lives under a cloud. A whispering and mutterings by people about his cowardice concerning combat, he throws himself into training combat pilots but is dismayed when he is pulled from that duty and sent to work in supply, because they are now only allowing returning pilots to conduct training for combat pilots.
Helen is a broken woman, she just cannot admit it to herself or others, the widow of an abusive husband, she is determined to play the role of a grieving widow, what she does not count on is the interference from her in-laws and her little boy's own violent tendencies. How will she ever overcome these obstacles. Falling in love with Ray, is a start but the disapproval of her in-laws makes her hesitant to show her care openly. War will bring this all to a head!
Sarah Sundin is a fantastic author, who brings you into the story, you feel like you would like to reach through the book and shake some sense into Helen on some pages, and you really want to stand up for her when she faces her violent father in law. These feelings are only possible because of Sarah's great story telling abilities, I totally love her writing style, and I look forward to what is next from Sarah's writing! 427 pages $14.99 US 4 stars.
This book was provided for review purposes only, no payment was provided for this review.
Available August 2011 from your favorite seller of Revell Books, a division of Baker Publishing Group.