Monday, October 15, 2012


In this series from Revell, three World War II flight nurses discover friendship, love, and peril in the skies and on the shores of the Mediterranean.

book cover: with every letterWith Every Letter, September 2012 — now available at your local bookstore, or on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and

As part of a morale-building program, World War II flight nurse Lt. Mellie Blake begins an anonymous correspondence with Army engineer Lt. Tom MacGilliver in North Africa. As their letters crisscross the Atlantic, they develop a deep friendship. But when they're both transferred to Algeria, will their future be held hostage by the past—or will they reveal their identities?



Historical romance specialist Sundin opens another WWII-era series with a well-researched and absorbing tale…Sundin has such a gift for compelling scenes and details…WWII-era fans won’t be able to put it down. ~ Publishers Weekly

poster: more nurses neededFour and a Half Stars. “Sundin skillfully uses alternating point of view between Mellie and Tom and pulls readers into their lives. The themes of anonymity and growing love linking the two makes this story a romantic read.” ~ RT Book Reviews

On Distant Shores, June 2013 — Lt. Georgie Taylor serves as a flight nurse in Sicily and Italy, while the goals of pharmacist Sgt. John "Hutch" Hutchinson are frustrated at every turn. As Georgie and Hutch care for American soldiers, tragedy brings them together. But will their differences keep them apart?
With Every Beat (working title), June 2014 — Flight nurse Lt. Kay Jobson collects hearts wherever she flies, but C-47 pilot Lt. Roger Cooper is immune to her charms. Throughout Italy and southern France, as she evacuates the wounded and he delivers paratroopers and supplies, every beat of their hearts draws them where they don't want to go.

Wings of Glory, a three-book series of historical romances, follows the three Novak brothers, B-17 bomber pilots with the US Eighth Air Force in World War II.

cover: A Distant Melody 
A Distant Melody: (book 1) available from Revell at your local bookstore or on-line at Amazon,, or Barnes and Noble.
Allie Miller is promised to a man she doesn’t love, but Lt. Walter Novak, a furloughed B-17 bomber pilot, captures her heart. Will she honor her family’s wishes or take a chance on true love?


Sundin’s debut Christian historical romance introduces an emotionally gripping, detail-rich but fast-paced trilogy. Romance readers and military history buffs will find much of interest here. ~Booklist
Editors’ Choice. 

An impressive World War II romance full of courage, sacrifice, and lessons learned. The time Sundin has put into researching aviation during the war is evident, and she does an excellent job weaving those details into the story. Perfectly plotted, dramatic and full of tension, this is an excellent start to the new Wings of Glory series. Highly recommended. ~Historical Novels Review

a memory between us cover 
A Memory Between Us (book 2) available from Revell at your local bookstore or on-line at Amazon,, or Barnes & Noble.
Maj. Jack Novak has never failed to meet a challenge until he meets Lt. Ruth Doherty, a striking nurse with a shameful secret. Can Jack break down her defenses? Or are they destined to go their separate ways?
2011 Finalist in the Inspirational Reader’s Choice Awards
On Booklist's 2010 Top 10 Inspirational Fiction List


Starred Review. Sundin’s second wartime inspirational romance…is an exceptional read. Sundin’s novel features characters living large under emotional and physical stress, while the setting provides invaluable details and insights into the wartime mindset. –Booklist

Four and a Half Stars. Strong historical facts woven together with persuasive characters makes A Memory Between Us…a gripping tale of war, intrigue and love. Tight, skillful writing is an added perk to this must-read romance. –RT Book Reviews.

cover: Blue Skies Tomorrow 
Blue Skies Tomorrow (book 3): available from Revell at your local bookstore or on-line at Amazon,, or Barnes & Noble.
Young widow Helen Carlisle buries her pain in volunteer work, but the sparks of her romance with Lt. Raymond Novak fling them both into peril. Can they find the courage they need to face their trials?


Four and a half stars. With strong historical detail and superb characters, this may be the best yet. A great read for those who love romance, WWII-era settings or just satisfying stories. –RT Book Reviews

In her third WWII-set Christian romance, Sundin skillfully addresses several difficult issues...and invests her protagonists with the resilience of hope born out of faith. –Booklist

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