I’ve always enjoyed Tricia Goyer’s novels for her moving stories and comprehensive World War II historical research, so I jumped at the chance to read her newest novel, Remembering You.
Ava Andrews’s career as a TV morning show producer is in trouble. When she’s asked to accompany her Grandpa Jack on a European tour of his unit’s World War II battlefields, she sees the chance to rescue her career with a heartwarming series of veteran features—and to revive her relationship with her grandfather. However, Grandpa Jack is less than thrilled that Ava brought her recording equipment, and Ava is less than thrilled that her grandfather's war buddy, “Grand-Paul,” brought his grandson Dennis. Ava’s first love. As they trek through France, Belgium, Germany, and Austria, tensions flare and secrets are revealed. Can Ava save her career, and can she repair the relationships with her grandfather and Dennis?
Remembering You takes you on a scenic tour of Europe with secrets, history, romance, and tension around every bend. History lovers will appreciate Tricia Goyer’s research and detail, and story lovers will delight in four fascinating characters with clashing goals. I highly recommend this novel.
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