I’ve really enjoyed all of the books in Sarah Sundin’s Wings of the Nightingale series, so I was a little sad to read In Perfect Time, which is the final book in this series. In Perfect Time follows Lt. Kay Jobson, an Army Air Force flight nurse. She had things in her history she wasn’t proud of, and during this book her character develops as she learns more about God and the forgiveness he gives. During this process, she becomes closer friends with Lt. Roger Cooper, a pilot of a C-47. He, also, has a past he isn’t proud of. As the book progresses, I really liked to see their relationship grow.
I really enjoyed this book and the characters, and I liked that they were also mentioned in the first two books so you could really see their growth and the changes they made in their life. I also thought the focus on nurses during WWII was very interesting. You don’t always see that side of wars, and that historical component was very interesting. Also, their faith, and the faith of their friends, made this an enjoyable read.
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