Evie and Jack (by Glenn Haybittle) … WWII and a romantic relationship but in a haphazard manner

I have to say that this book was not very good. It seemed too haphazard and waffled from one thought to another. I kept trying to give it a chance to tell me a story that I actually cared about, but it never did.

As a positive, though, I was impressed with how the fear of being a pilot for the RAF became real for me.

I know the author tried to give some background for the characters, but the information was not handled well and I never felt like I connected with any of them. That makes me sad because I had really looked forward to reading this book.

Thank you to Net Galley for providing an ARC in exchange for my honest review.

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