Mrs. Witherspoon Goes to War ~ Heroines of WWII #4 (by Mary Davis)

This is the first book in the Heroines of WWII series I’ve read. And now I’m excited that I have all of the first five books and can’t wait to read them all. While the story itself is fiction, the focus on the WASPs (Women’s Airforce Service Pilots) and their contributions during WWII was interesting and informative. These women were willing to serve their country even though they were not respected by the majority of men … to the point that their lives were threatened by the men they were there to assist and support. The ladies who served as WASPs served in multiple capacities, from ferrying planes to actually working as mechanics. They were strong, committed, fearless individuals who helped win the war. The romance between Peggy and Major Berg was a pleasant addition. It added a bit of humanity to the story.

Thank you to NetGalley and Barbour Fiction for my advanced review copy. All opinions and thoughts are my own.

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