When World War II robs Rosalie of her fiance, she throws herself into her work at the Boeing aircraft plant in Victory Heights. A local newspaper dubs her "Seattle's Own Rosie the Riveter," and her story becomes an inspiration to women across America. Rosalie can handle that---but what about her feelings for the handsome reporter? 320 pages, softcoverMy Review
I am finding that i do like historical fiction - atleast when it combines facts with romance. i loved the way the authors highlighted the work of the times (Boeing aircraft plant building Boeing airplanes for the war and reporter). This is a fun way to find out the history of different areas in the U.S.A. i thought it well written, and i will be looking for other books by this authors Tricia Goyer and Ocieanna Fleiss, as well as more books in this series. i would recommend this book to others.
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