Songbird Under a German Moon by: Tricia Goyer
Dateline: 1945. The War is Over
And USo singer Betty Lake travels to post-Hitler Germany to entertain occupying U.S. troops. Her first performance is a hit, and she's enthralled by the applause...by her quarters in a former Nazi-held mansion...and by the attention of Frank Witt, a dashing U.S. Army Air Corps combat photographer. Yet this songbird gets her feathers ruffled when her roommate, Kat, goes missing under suspicion of foul play. Is Betty a target too?
Betty and Frank team up against post-war grudges, and together, the lovebirds seek answers. But will they ave a chance for their romance to sing? The truth is revealed under a German moon.
A PENNY FOR MY THOUGHTS:
I Picked up this book for when I was out tanning, the only thing was, I couldn't put it down! What with the mystery and romance. I have to say, I love this kind of book...Where You want to know 'who dun it' but you also want to see people fall in love...and realize it!
Frank had made a promise to himself that he wouldn't start looking for a girl, until he was out of the Army...Because of his job, and the way he had to keep secrets, he didn't feel it was fair to start involving a girl in that. But little did that promise realize the kind of power Betty had over him.
Betty is here to entertain the troops, and do her part for the U.S., even without the blessing of her family. Her journey starts with a rough and bumpy ride to Germany...when their plane encounters some technical difficulties. Little did she know that, that would be the smoothest ride she would have for a little while yet!
Frank's job to the outside person, is just to photograph the U.S.O. performers...but there's something else he's there for, and it certaintly isn't for him to fall in love with the lovely Songbird...
I'm not going to say much about the mystery part, because it's written so well that it's almost impossible to say anything about it, without ruinning the book! So you'll just have to read it for yourself. :)
To the FTC and whomever else it may concern, I received this book on loan from a friend.
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