I couldn’t imagine how difficult it must be for people returning for war, and that is exactly the premise of Love Comes Home, Rosey Corner Book #3, by Ann Gabhart. Kate, Tori, Evie, and their adopted sister Lorena must deal with different emotions in light of the war. The youngest adopted sister is dealing with her family abandoning her, another working through the emotions of her husband returning as a POW, one sister whose husband did not survive the war, while the last one needs to get to know her husband. This book is written in a way that the characters feel very realistic, and you could imagine people during that time going through those same situations.
I really liked this book, and I’m a fan of any book written by Ann Gabhart. I also like historic books, so I enjoyed reading about the time following WWII and some of the emotions the returning soldiers were experiencing, as well as what their spouses and families were going through during that time. It was great getting to read again about Rosey Corner, but you would be able to read this book as a stand-alone and understand what is going on with the characters.
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