WITH EVERY LETTER by Sarah Sundin, 2012. I generally hate books with a letter theme. I want to read dialog! I enjoy that! Nonetheless THIS book only has letters interspersed throughout the story and the characters seem likable so I am reading it.
Here’s the blurb on the back of the book:
“Lt. Mellie Blake is looking forward to beginning her training as a flight nurse. She is not forward to writing a letter to a man she’s never met- even if it is anonymous and part of a moral building program. Lt. Tom MacGilliver, an officer stationed in North Africa,welcomes the idea of an anonymous correspondence-he’s been trying to escape his infamous name for years.
As their letters criss-cross the Atlantic, Tom and Mellie develop a unique friendship despite not knowing the other’s true identity. When both ar transferred to Algeria, the two are poised to meet face to face for the first time. Will they overcome their fears and revel who they are, or will their future be held hostage by their pasts?
Combining a flair for romance with excellent research and attention to detail, Sarah Sundin vividly brings to life the perilous challenges of WWII aviation, nursing–and true love.”.
NOTE: So far I’m enjoying the writing, and the lonely character Mellie is someone I’d like for a friend. (Isn’t that what happens? You are drawn to a books character because they sound like someone who could be your friend?)