Homefront Heroines: 4 Young Women Dream of Victory and Love During Wwii
: Four patriotic women of the World War II era, dream of victory and romance as they do their bit for the country. Lucy works in the naval yard. Marilyn promotes victory gardens. Kathleen becomes a WOOPs officer. Allie works...
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Four patriotic women of the World War II era, dream of victory and romance as they do their bit for the country. Lucy works in the naval yard. Marilyn promotes victory gardens. Kathleen becomes a WOOPs officer. Allie works as a nurse. Will finding love restore their faith and hope?
Amanda Barratt has won several awards for her work and enjoys writing about eras such as Regency and Victorian England, and the Gilded Age. A member of American Christian Fiction Writers, she lives in northern Michigan with her family, where she reads way too many old books, watches period dramas to come up with new plotlines, and dreams of taking a trip to England. Amanda loves hearing from her readers on Facebook and through her website amandabarratt.net.
Lauralee Bliss resides with her family in Virginia.
Johnnie Alexander is the award-winning author of "Where Treasure Hides" and "Where She Belongs". Johnnie is an accomplished essayist and poet whose work has appeared in the "Guideposts" anthology "A Cup of Christmas Cheer". In addition to writing, she enjoys reading, spending time with her grandchildren, and taking road trips. She lives near Memphis, Tennessee.
Rita Gerlach lives with her husband and two sons in a historical town nestled along the Catoctin Mountains, amid Civil War battlefields and Revolutionary War outposts in central Maryland. In many of her stories, she writes about the struggles endured by early colonists, with both American and English settings. Her new historical series for Abingdon Press entitled 'Daughters of the Potomac' was launched in February 2012, with Before the Scarlet Dawn, followed by Beside Two Rivers, and Beyond the Valley to be released in February 2013. In 2009, Abingdon Press released Surrender the Wind, which g