The Orphan’s Letters
by Glynis Peters
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Pub Date 06 Jun 2023 | Archive Date 27 Jun 2023
Harper 360, One More Chapter
Absence makes the heart grow fonder, but does nothing to heal the pain of spending every minute waiting to hear the worst…
As the Second World War rages on, nurse Kitty Pattison’s life takes a nomadic turn as her work with the Red Cross sees her traversing the country, moving from post to post.
With her best friends Jo and Trixie also scattered across the UK, and her soldier sweetheart Michael off on the continent undertaking medical missions he can’t discuss, the war takes its toll and long days are followed by sleepless nights interrupted only by nightmares of what she’s seen on the wards.
Now, Kitty’s hopes rise and fall with the arrival of the post – the only thing that keeps her connected to her aunt and uncle, her dear friends, and her Michael – and every moment spent with those she loves is held dear, because each one could be the last…
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Thank you Netgalley and Glynis Peter's for the advance copy to read for an honest review.
The Book comes out June 6, 2023 and is a book worth getting. I love books about WWII. The main story follows a Red Cross nurse and her fiance a Canadian doctor. The story pulled me in immediately and wanting to know more about the characters. It was difficult to put down and when I read the last page, I had to make sure it was the last page thinking, but what happens with.... and what about....
A touching story that brings history, friendships, love, and wartime together. The everyday stresses, the worrying about those you care about and how these things affect you are written so well.
4⭐⭐⭐⭐ The Ophan's Letters by Glynis Peters
The Author has written a wonderful novel about the hardships of the war from all angles. Not just about the soldiers but the medical teams, the survivors, and the orphans. Her words are written so wonderful that you feel you are right, living their lives during n the war. It leaves your heart full of all kinds of emotions.
I highly recommend this novel to anyone who loves historical fictions and Romances. You will not be disappointed.
I received copy of this novel from NetGalley for my honest review.