I really enjoyed this WWII story. It was interesting traveling with Juliet as she tries to track down her father. The fact that she just found out the man she thought was her father wasn’t, triggers a myriad of emotions. I loved the relationships Juliet develops as she begins her journey. The clues and connections were well delivered.
This was an emotional read and you find yourself cheering Juliet on as she finally decides that she wants to discover the man her mom loved until the day she died.
Thank you to NetGalley and Corgi Publishing for my advanced review copy. All opinions and thoughts are my own.