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As WWII ration cards and battle scars become commonplace across America, it seems to Evelyn that even love is rationed out. When she finds a message from her late husband tucked inside a music box, Jim’s words have the power to change her life: Don’t die with me.
Words written out of love, long-lost but never forgotten.
Grief stricken, Evelyn is unsure of how to honor his request, but she finds the courage to keep on living. Jim’s note urges her to give the music box away to unlock the secret within, and although it breaks her heart again, Evelyn trades the music box for a cradle to hold her infant son. Thus begins the decades-long journey of the music box, mending broken hearts, reuniting lost loves, and giving people the courage to heal themselves along the way. This romance crosses battlefields and time as the music box touches the lives of two soldiers, a broken father, a crippled child, a struggling farmer, and a woman once called the soldier’s bride.
Here’s what readers are saying about this sweet, historical novel:
“Romantic and full of tough decisions, life’s twists and turns, and above all the rest-hope. Like the magical music box, Rachelle Christensen weaves a melody into the pages that stays with you long after the last page.”-Lucy McConnell, author of the Billionaire Marriage Brokers Series.
“The Soldier’s Bride is a touching romance that captures the imagination-from the first hint on the breeze to the final twist at the end. The story will fill your heart with warmth and remind you of the first love in your life . . . and the last. Kudos to Rachelle Christensen for weaving a romantic tale that could only be carried on the wind.” -C. L. Beck, author of numerous stories in the Cup of Comfort series.
“Once each person gives the music box to someone else, a piece of their heart has healed in a way that they will never return to the person they once were.” -Karrie Glazner, Amazon reviewer
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