Release of My Debut Novel “Kitty’s War”

My debut novel, “Kitty’s War,” has just been released by The Wild Rose Press, Inc. The historical romance is set during the turmoil of World War II.  See the story description below.

Please spread the word about my novel to everyone you know  – your spouse, daughters, mother, significant other, friends, co-workers, neighbors or any readers you think would enjoy a story filled with the danger, excitement, heartache, friendships and love in this fascinating time period.

“Kitty’s War” is available in either print format or e-book format online from my publisher, The Wild Rose Press, and from Amazon.  The e-book is also available on  iTunes , Kobo , and Books-a-million .

Link to Amazon Kindle version

Link to Amazon Print version

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Kitty’s War

Seeking adventure, shy Kitty Greenlee joins the Women’s Army Corps. In 1944 England, as secretarial support to the 8th Air Force, she encounters her dream man, a handsome lieutenant who only has eyes for her blonde friend. Uncomfortable around men, Kitty doesn’t think the handsome officer could want someone like her.

Recovering from wounds, Ted Kruger wants to forget about losing his closest friends and have fun before returning to danger as a bomber navigator. When Ted recognizes Kitty as the girl who rescued him two years before, he must choose between dating the sexy blonde or pursuing quiet, serious-minded Kitty even though he knows he’s not nearly good enough for her.

As the war gears up with the D-Day invasion, will Kitty and Ted risk their hearts as well as their lives?


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