Special Feature: Goodnight Sweetheart by Pam Weaver

Do you like emotional reads? I have to be in the mood for them but I also really them when I do read them. This new release if full of emotion and romance all set in WWII which offers a dramatic backdrop to this novel. When I saw the cover I was instantly intrigued by it and I thought that it was eye catching and promised a complex tale within its pages.

I haven’t read anything by author Pam Weaver before but early reviews of this book are high and full of praise for her writing style. While this one promises a lot of emotion, it also promises a love story and I am always eager to read a solid war time romance. So all these things made me excited to read this one!

It sounds like the characters in this one are going to face adversity in their romance and this will be a story of how they overcome that adversity. I am so excited to check this one out especially since it has a lot of drama and the romance seems compelling. It is out now and today I am sharing all the little details of this one and hope that you take a look and add this one to yourTBR.


Can love find a way to overcome hate? A historical drama set against the backdrop of World War II.

Can love find a way to overcome hate?

As it is written on the tin:
When Frankie’s mother dies, she is sent to live with her Aunt Bet in Worthing, Sussex. Life on their farm is happy for a while. Bur when World War II breaks out, Frankie must help her country by signing up to the women’s branch of the British Army.

Soon, she meets Romane, an American doctor (the love of her life) who has come to the UK after facing terrible racism at home in the US. But trouble is stirring in Britain too. Can love triumph over a history of hate?

Goodnight Sweetheart will break you heart and then mend it again!

A must read for lovers of World War II historical fiction. (summary from Goodreads)


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