Date Published: 12-12-2022
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
In 1944, a German artillery shell destroyed Milt Greenlee’s future in professional baseball. His hideously scarred face and useless arm require him to relearn and recondition. But no amount of rehab will restore his looks or his self-confidence. There’s no chance a “cripple” like him could catch the eye of the stunning Nurse McEwen
Army Nurse, Annie McEwen dreams her voice will take her far away from her hateful, overbearing father. She hopes Milt, a patient who fought in Sicily, might be the one who can help her find closure with the death of her cousin.
As their attraction grows, how can their relationship survive Annie's fears and Milt's secret?
She pushed his wheelchair down the wide hallway oblivious to his wishes. A damn show wouldn't fix what couldn’t be fixed. And it wouldn’t make him forget either.
His chair jerked to a halt in the middle of the hallway. “Annie, you’re gorgeous,” his nurse exclaimed.
Milt glanced up. A dazzling woman approached. He instinctively straightened in his chair. Even with only one eye, he could appreciate the way the deep blue evening gown set off her curves. How her dark red hair framed her creamy, heart-shaped face.
His battered heart stuttered at the sight.
About the Author
Barbara Whitaker was born in the wrong decade. She loves everything about the 1940’s and WWII, so she decided to write about it. Her historical romances embody that fascinating era in history. Visit Barbara's website www.barbarawhitaker.com
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