Book Review: The Sea Before Us

The Sea Before Us

by Sarah Sundin



Date 06 Feb 2018

I am reviewing a copy of The Sea Before Us through Revell and Netgalley:
Once again Sarah Sundin Out does herself.

In 1944 Naval Officer Lt. Wyatt Paxton arrives in London so they can prepare for the allied Invasion of France, there he works closely with Dorothy Fairfax a Wren in the Women’s Royal Naval Service.  She pieces together photographs including those of her families summer home in France all in order to create an accurate map of Normandy these maps will Wyatt will turn into a Naval Bombardment plan.

Naval Officer Lt. Wyatt Paxton and Dorothy Fairfax spend a lot of time together in the pressure cooker of the war.  Their friendship deepens and soon threatens to turn to love.  But Dorothy cannot be drawn in to the pull of love because her Father needs her and another man already has her heart, and Wyatt also has a lot to loose.  As he grows closer to Dorothy Wyatt fears his efforts to win the war, will also destroy everything he loves.

If you’re a fun of historical fiction then I’d recommend The Sea Before Us by Sarah Sundin.
Five out of five stars!
Happy Reading!


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