Book 1 in the Cornhusker Dreams series
A heartwarming WWII historical from award-winning author Cara Putman:
In the aftermath of Pearl Harbor, Nebraska schoolteacher Audrey Stone wants to support the war effort in any way she can. When her community starts a canteen at the train station, Audrey spends nearly every spare moment there, offering food and kindness to the soldiers passing through. She never expected to fall for a local boy…or face the challenges of budding love in the face of war.
Rancher Willard Johnson admires Audrey’s passionate nature, but when his brother is killed in action, he feels he must avenge by enlisting himself. His father insists he stay, but Willard knows he must go. Reality intrudes, and he never expected the jealousy he experiences when he sees those in uniform.
Can Willard’s budding relationship with Audrey weather the storms of war? Or will one of the other soldiers at the canteen steal her heart?
Very well written, with a captivating story line. — Amazon Reviewer
‘Canteen Dreams' is one of those great books that gives you a birds-eye view of a sweet romance while also settling you into a front-row seat for one of the most fascinating times in human history. — Deborah, Amazon reviewer