Blue Skies Tomorrow by Sarah Sundin.
The third book in the Wings Of Glory series.
Read my reviews of the rest of the Wings Of Glory series.
Summery: Lieutenant. Raymond Novak hasn't had the best history in love. Hurt from being relocated from the job he loved in the army and to often called weak, he is back in his hometown area. Helen Carlisle has had her own bad experience as her dead husband, Jim, was abusive and she only now healing from her old wounds. Feeling his presence overhanging still and with the guilty feeling that she killed him. Ray seems so perfect to her, how can she be good enough? Their love is difficult, because Helen is not free from the pain Jim put upon her. When Ray gets angry at discovery of this abuse, Helen calls Ray a coward. Because of their fight, he joins the boys who see real action, overseas, to prove himself. Will love ever work for them?
Romance:Kisses/making out, touching/holding, liking/loving someone, thinking/talking about someone, flirting, dating.
Violence:Abuse (causing miscarries, sever injuries), calling people names, death, war, hitting someone or wanting to, yelling/arguments, injuries, shooting, bombing.
Other:Soldiers drinking, lying, illness (polio).
My Thoughts:I think that the first book was probably my favorite from this series, however it is a close call. All of them were very interesting and enthralling. I liked them all! Sarah Sundin is a really good author :) This and the second have been more serious issue, rape for the second and abuse for this one. So the second two are not for younger readers/teens/tweens. Otherwise they are quite clean and have great plots and characters :) I would recommend to girls YA+