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Reviews for Spotlight on Love by Regina Andrews

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Romance Amid World War II Danger

The heroine, Helen, works as a nurse to help support her family during difficult times, but she dreams of being a singer, and has a beautiful voice. One day during a surgery she has to take over for the doctor and saves a patient’s life. She turns out to be the mother of a well-to-do, well-connected dashing, handsome guy, Red, who falls for Helen. Soon Helen’s taken with him. Just as her dreams are about to come true, the Japanese bomb Pearl Harbor, and shake her world. The plans she and Red made vanish into thin air as he’s called to a secret mission, and she’s asked to serve as a nurse in Algiers.
Ms. Andrews does a fantastic job putting the reader into the World War II era and the war itself as she weaves a tale of romance on the edge, spies and danger. I was thoroughly fascinated with this book as it gave me an inside look at a mission in World War II I knew little about. I highly recommend it for those who enjoy romance, history and suspense.

GP


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One Savvy Nurse

I bonded with Helen from the start. She is everything I would like to be: Savvy, courageous, talented, likeable, and “give up” is not in her vocabulary. As an RN, without blinking, she fills in when the doctor isn’t able.
Then World War II breaks out and Helen (as a nurse) finds herself shipped overseas and in the middle of the conflict. She will risk everything, including her life, to rescue Red, the man she loves.
Ms. Andrews portrayed the love and devotion between Helen and Red very well. Their love grows as the story moves along, and you can’t help rooting for them to be reunited.

Laurie Bethel


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A Wonderful World War II Romance

This novel has so much going for it. I like the fact that Helen and Red get together and are compatible right at the start. Just when things seem moving along between Helen and Red, World War II beaks out. Helen and Red find themselves in danger in Algeria. Mystery, intrigue and the uncovering of under handed dealings kept me going through this novel. Much surprises occur, keeping me wondering if there will be reconciliation. I highly recommend this novel, another fine story by Regina Andrews, a talented author.

Larry Hammersley