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I was not a fan of this book. Although there was some cute scenes, I felt like a good 100 pages could have been cut out. Something about it made me not feel for the characters. I could not believe In the romance (both the modern and WW2 love stories). I don’t know if it was the multiple povs, the mix between 1st and 3rd person, or the writing as a whole. I usually love war stories, but this one didn’t hit for me. However, I loved the representation of an active team of women during the war. I found it represented the struggle of being a women during those times particularly well. But, it was hard to get over how certain characters were just purely awful out of no reason... idk something was lacking there. I also felt like some of the pieces of the story did not really make sense. But overall, I think this book would have been more powerful as two different pieces (the one about writing the book, and the tragic love story during the war). I almost rated this 2 stars, but the book did have some redeeming qualities...
This book is difficult to read. You've got two storylines intertwined, one takes place during WWII in England written in third POV, the other in present time in Colorado written in his and her POVs; additionally those chapters are headed with love letters from the first couple. I expected the writing of the old lovestory to be in a different style than the current one, it sound too modern. Scarlett was born in 1920, raised in the 1930s, people in those times wouldn't talk so openly about intercourse or about their wedding night. Even when she revised the book later she would never write so explicit sex scenes. That became popular and mainstream with the publishing of Fifty Shades by a then 47 year old author in 2009, Scarlett would have been 90 years old and already had stopped writing. Otherwise the book was very interesting. I enjoyed to learn about Scarlett and Constances jobs with the airforce, the constant fear, the daily restrictions, on the other hand the "normal" life her parents lead. Idle aristocrates willing to sell their daughters to the highest bidder to get out of selfinflicted ruin, it read like a Regency novel, but that mentality still rules the Upper class in Britain. I had a hard time with Georgia, she still tries to buy her mother's love with money. She was raised by her Gran from the age of four, wouldn't she feel like her mother? The romance between Georgia and Noah develops slowly with ups and downs. The middle was very slow in both romances, the end very suspenseful with a great twist. I liked the book and both endings of Scarlett's romance.