Find out why WWII is the greatest generation… of love stories.
Abby interviews international bestselling author Kristin Harmel about her upcoming novel that includes a WWII storyline, When We Meet Again. Out now is Kristin’s e-novella, How To Save A Life, which she describes as Groundhog Day meets Grey’s Anatomy. You can read an excerpt here!
Finally, the ladies wrap up with everyone’s favorite game: Shag, Marry, Kill. Abby wants to shag someone with “a very particular set of skills.”
Let us know in the comments what your favorite WWII love story is!
When We Meet AgainKristin Harmel
Emily thinks she's lost everything until a mysterious painting leads her to what she wants most in the world. The new novel from the author of international bestsellers The Sweetness of Forgetting and The Life Intended shows why her books are hailed as engaging (People), absorbing (Kirkus Reviews) and enthralling (Fresh Fiction).
How to Save a LifeKristin Harmel
When a pediatric oncology nurse receives a devastating prognosis—she has just weeks left to live—she finds unexpected comfort from a patient. Her young friend shares a life- and death-changing secret: it is possible to live the same day over and over again until she’s experienced a truly full life. Thus begins a heartbreaking and joyful journey of love, friendship, and self-discovery, as the brave nurse only truly learns how to live in the face of death.
The Sweetness of ForgettingKristin Harmel
A baker in Cape Cod, Massachusetts, must travel to Paris to uncover a family secret for her dying grandmother. A story of love, loss, faith, and cookies.
The Life IntendedKristin Harmel
This book is "Sliding Doors" meets "P.S. I Love You." How could we resist? Brings new meaning to the phrase "dream man."
All the Light We Cannot SeeAnthony Doerr
The beautiful, stunningly ambitious tale about a blind French girl and a German boy whose paths collide in occupied France as both try to survive the devastation of World War II.