Not only do I highly recommend this book, I also recommend the whole series. I love Linda Ellen’s writing style. She expertly spins a story that draws the reader in, makes them feel like they’re right there with the characters walking through their world, if only for a little while. You can always count on Linda’s books to have an interesting plot, and relatable, well-developed characters, that draw you in immediately. One thing I especially enjoy about Linda’s books is the fact that she always weaves fascinating historical facts, events, and places into her stories, which adds depth and helps the reader get a better understanding of the time period and the characters themselves. From Air Force basic training to USO dances to the tunnel of love, this story is as charming and lovable as Clark Gable. I’m truly sad to see this series end, but I’m excited to see what else Linda Ellen has up her sleeve. ;)
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***Originally published on The Book Corner blog ***
Born and raised in Upstate NY, Liz Austin has been writing for almost a decade now. She got her start writing for country music blogs/websites, and then switched gears and focused on the world of books. She now works as a proof reader/beta reader/editor for several authors, on top of running The Book Corner Blog and writing her first book.