Friday, February 28, 2014

Aiding the Enemy (War Girls) by Julie Rowe Review

Title: Aiding the Enemy
Series: War Girls, Book 3
Author: Julie Rowe
Genre: Historical Romance
Pages: 108
Price: $2.51
Thoughts: An engrossing historical romance.

Book Synopsis:

German-occupied Brussels, Belgium
December 1915

Rose Culver is in grave danger. For months the Red Cross head nurse has been aiding Allied soldiers caught behind enemy lines, helping them flee into neutral Netherlands. It's only a matter of time until she's caught. Which makes it the wrong time to fall in love with a handsome German military doctor as devoted to the sanctity of human life as she is.

The Great War has caused Dr. Herman Geoff to question everything he once believed. He knows Rose has been hiding British soldiers in her hospital—he's even treated some of them, refusing to go against his own Hippocratic oath. As a doctor, he admires Rose's skill and conviction. As a man, he can no longer deny his attraction to her. But when Rose is arrested for treason, Herman must choose between love for her and duty to his country…

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If you're looking for a powerful, engrossing historical romance, this is it. Julie Rowe does an amazing job at creating the perfect setting. Her descriptions and narrative are spot on. If you're a fan of historical romance and wartime romance, you're going to enjoy this book.

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