Blue Skies Tomorrow (Wings of Glory #3) by Sarah Sundin | Historical Romance Review

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My thoughts:


This was the first book I have read by Sarah Sundin and I really enjoyed. I was also thrilled to find the topic of the book was the WWII era. I have not found many Christian fiction authors writing on WWII and Sundin is an excellent story teller. Blue Skies Tomorrow is book three in The Wings of Glory series. I have not read book one or two and read book three just fine. Now I am going to go back and read those two after finding Sundin such a good author.
I really enjoyed every aspect of this book. It was full of romance, drama, hardships, and just everyday life. I was completely caught up in this story and didn’t want it to end. One of my favorite topics discussed in this book was courage. I loved how both Ray and Helen felt less then adequate in life but really they had a lot of courage. I really feel that a lot of times I believe Satan’s lies that I am useless instead of having courage to be what God has called me to be in life. I felt as though Sundin covered this topic very well. Psalm 139:14
I would recommend this book and I think it would make great discussion for a book club. I give this book 4 out of 5 stars. I am also happy to say I have found a new author to love!

3 comments:

  1. Great review :)
    I wonder why it is that there are not more Christian fiction books set in the WW II era..

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  2. I wonder too! Have you read this book or any in this series? I loved it and can't wait to read more. Thanks for all your nice comments.
    RambleSAHM

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  3. Whitney - thank you for the lovely review! I'm so glad you enjoyed the story!

    When I went to my first writers' conference in 2003, an editor said she did NOT want to see historicals, especially WWII. I think it had been overdone earlier (like Amish now), and they were done with it. I'm thankful this has changed. I managed to catch a mini-WWII trend. In the past two years, quite a few WWII titles have been published, from Dan Walsh, Tricia Goyer, Susan May Warren, Lynn Austin - and even Bodie & Brock Thoene again! I hope it continues :) It's such a dramatic time period, and the vast scope of the war leads to unlimited and varied stories.

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