3in1: Romancing America: Cornhusker Dreams (Nebraska) (Romancing America Series)
Dreams Are Altered on the Nebraska Home Front World War II changes the dreams and aspirations of three young women who seek to enter the war effort. Audrey Stone is a schoolteacher who joins a train station canteen to lend...
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Dreams Are Altered on the Nebraska Home Front World War II changes the dreams and aspirations of three young women who seek to enter the war effort. Audrey Stone is a schoolteacher who joins a train station canteen to lend her support to deployed soldiers. Local rancher, Willard Johnson is ready to go to war to avenge his brother's death. Can Audrey and Willard fight the demons of war together? Lainie Gardner's health won't allow her to serve as a nurse in the war. Tom Hamilton was turned down as a trainer of war horses. At Fort Robinson, can these two come together to build new dreams that will make a difference in their world? Anna Goodman struggles to care for her father and the family farm alone. Specialist Sid Chance is stuck on the plains overseeing German prisoners of war. Can Anna and Sid learn to trust and depend on each other? Can these couples find their place in the war effort and realize the gift of love on the home front?
In the 1940s on the Nebraska home front, three women put their dreams aside for the war effort. Audrey joins a canteen to help soldiers going abroad. Lainie seeks work at Fort Robinson. Anna hires German prisoners of war on her family farm. Will their choices lead to love?
Stars in the Night is CARA PUTMAN's ninth novel and tenth book. An attorney and sometimes lecturer at a Big Ten University, Cara lives in Indiana with her husband and three children.