to reach the downed plane and is shocked to recognize the badly injured pilot as British RFC Captain Simon Forrester. She risks her life to conceal him from the Germans, but as the secrets between them grow and the danger mounts, can they still hope to make it out of Belgium alive?
Reviewer: Olivia R.
Who doesn't like a good spy story?
In her lovely style of writing and intriguing story line, the author wove a fascinating espionage plot that kept me fascinated until the end. I absolutely LOVE the cover, and when I first saw it a year ago, I knew I simply HAD to read it!
There were a few moments throughout that my attention wasn't held. It was full of so many amazing moments, but I think some of the intense scenes weren't as written as action filled as they should have been. There were several violent moments, one scene more detailed than the rest. But overall, nothing that was too detailed. Can't help having some violence in a war book!
Eve and Simon's relationship was so lovely. I haven't read a lot of books where the main characters are married, and it was a nice change. There were lots of kisses throughout (all pure and right, and nothing extremely detailed),and some readers might be uncomfortable with some insinuations of married life.
The religious message is from the Catholic point of view. It wasn't extremely heavy, and there did seem to be moments that pointed to salvation in Christ. Then again, one moment Eve thought how she had been forgiven by God by confessing to the priest. Nonetheless, relying on God and having faith in Him was great throughout.
This author knows how to weave a good story, and I'm looking forward to possibly trying more of her works in the future!