GREAT WAR GREAT LOVE SERIES
Book 2 in the Great War - Great Love series
After receiving notification that her brother --and only relative -- is killed in action during the Great War, 21-year-old Charlotte Zielinski enlists as a medical volunteer. She eventually begins working in the death ward of the field hospital near Soissons, France, holding dying men's hands and singing them into eternity. Dr. Paul Kilgallen is a Canadian surgeon working at the field hospital. During a siege by the enemy, everyone evacuates except for Paul and Charlotte, who volunteer to remain in the basement of the chateau to care for the critically ill soldiers. Just when the war is coming to a close, Charlotte is surprised by two events that are destined to change her life forever.
“A charming story set in WW II France where love and faith endure through times of trial. Though Charlotte must face death every day, her commitment to kindness leads to hope and a new life.”
—A.K. Frailey, author of Last of Her Kind
The battle in this novel actually took place and the stationary hospital had to relocate.
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