Diary of a War Bride by Lauri Robinson

Diary of a War Bride by Lauri Robinson
Publisher: Harlequin
Genre: Historical
Length: Full Length (198 pgs)
Heat Level: Sensual
Rating: 4 stars
Reviewed Poinsettia

The land girl and the US officer

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Dear diary, despite the war raging around me, I find I can’t stop thinking about the American officer, Sergeant Dale Johnson. I’ve never known anyone as brave, kind and handsome! But I promised myself I wouldn’t care this much about a man again, especially when he could be transferred at any time. Yet that only makes me want to relish our time together. Now fighting my heart feels like the biggest battle…

They never know how much time they have.

Dale and Kathryn are both very strong, determined characters, and their first meeting is far from ideal. I still chuckle when I think of the mishap that brought them together, and Dale’s determination to make things right between them. Dale and Kathryn definitely have chemistry, but I like that they don’t instantly fall in love. Instead, I had the pleasure of watching their relationship gradually shift from mutual respect, to friendship, and finally love.

However, the path to their happy ending isn’t easy. They are in the middle of World War II, and neither Kathryn nor Dale are sure a wartime romance is a good idea. The future is uncertain, and Dale could be moved to a different base at any time. As their feelings grow stronger, both are reluctant to take their relationship to the next level. Dale and Kathryn seem to be under the impression that holding their emotions back is somehow sparing the other person pain. In reality, it seems to make things harder for them both. At the same time, they cherish each moment together as if it would be their last. Unfortunately, during a war this is a very real possibility.

Diary of a War Bride is a simple tale of finding love amid the chaos of war, and I think that is what I like most about this story. Dale and Kathryn’s romance is sweet, emotional, and genuine. It never once felt forced or fake. I’m glad I had the opportunity to read Diary of a War Bride and recommend it to fans of historical romance.

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