To Thee I Sing is available at all major online retailers (Amazon, Barnes and Noble, iBooks, Playster, Overdrive, etc.) and soon found at select local venues.
I hope readers find as much joy in the reading as I did in the writing!
To Thee I Sing
Cerulean skies. White sand. Festive luaus.
Hawaii is heaven on earth.
Until a sleepy morning in December...
Elizabeth Wellman, a reserved academic, survives the attack on Pearl Harbor only to flee her Vermont home under a barrage of sensational press. She soon learns long sleeves can't hide all her scars.
She takes refuge as a teacher in a New Jersey suburb. Invited to a student's picnic, Elizabeth is shocked to learn Port Johnson isn't a park, but a prisoner of war camp where local families gather each week. It's with this unconventional group that she finds security, a sense of belonging--and love.
Dante Montenari, a wounded veteran, is drawn to Elizabeth despite his best efforts to keep her away from the back-alley violence of his world. He has lost women to bloodshed and may again as the couple become pawns in a territorial dispute between the Italian and Irish mobs.
War has already exacted a heavy price form these injured souls. Will they at last find peace, or perish?
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