The cover alone had me hooked!
Sarah Sundin’s A Distant Melody, Book One in the Wings of Glory series “is an exciting and tender story of love, courage, and sacrifice during World War II.”
Cheryl Bolen, Hold Medallion Winner, says “Sarah Sundin is an extraordinarily gifted storyteller who puts the reader in the cockpit of B-17 bombers as easily as she crafts an achingly emotional World War II romance. This is not only the best World War II love story I’ve ever read, but it may be the best book I’ve ever read.”
The praise from Cheryl Bolen set the hook and reeled me in!
Sarah’s voice and excellent character building landed me as a fan!
In A Distant Melody, Wings of Glory Book 1, “World War II, Red Cross volunteer Allie Miller is promised to a man she doesn’t love, but pilot Lt. Walter Novak captures her heart.”
In A Memory Between Us, Wings of Glory Book 2, “B-17 pilot Maj. Jack Novak has never failed to meet a challenge until he meets Lt. Ruth Doherty, a striking nurse with a shameful secret.”
In Blue Skies Tomorrow, Wings of Glory Book 3, “Young widow Helen Carlisle buries her pain in volunteer work, but the sparks of her romance with Lt. Raymond Novak fling them both into peril.”
I met Sarah Sundin at the 2012 Mount Hermon Christian Writers Conference, where she was named Writer of the Year.
Her World War II fiction will sweep you off your feet!
You can connect with Sarah through her website.
You can be entered to win a copy of A Distant Melody when you attend the 2012 Write to Inspire conference in Elk Grove, California on July 20-21. Register today!