When Lieutenant Lance Winslow goes to France to train with the best fliers in the world, he meets Noelle Laurent on the snowy streets of Paris and falls in love. Their marriage brings him great joy, but love cannot stop the Great War's approach...nor can his plane stop every German bomber.
Josephine Hellinger quits her job with the New York Times to become a free-lance war correspondent. Knowing that no newspaper wants a female journalist on such a dangerous assignment, she strikes out on her own.
When Josephine meets Lance Winslow, he is an embittered warrior. Personal tragedy fuels his single-minded obsession--to kill as many Germans as he can. Josephine must try to make a difference before it is too late.
(House of Winslow Book 23)
|Number Of Pages||320|
|Publisher||Bethany House Publishers|
|Studio||Bethany House Publishers|