Dancing with Air
#4, Still Life with Memories
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Serving on the European front, Lenny longs for Natasha, the girl who captured his heart back home. He writes bogus reports, designed to fall into the hands of Nazi Intelligence. To fool the enemy, these reports are disguised as love letters to another woman. This task must remain confidential, even at the risk of Natasha becoming suspicious of him.
When she arrives in London, he takes her for a ride on the Harley throughout England, from the White Cliffs of Dover to a village near an underground ammunition depot in Staffordshire. Once he is wounded in a horrific explosion—the largest to occur on UK soil—Natasha brings him back to safety, only to discover Lana’s letter to him. Now, the one worry that lays heavily on his mind is this: Would she trust him again, even though as a soldier, he must keep his mission a secret? Would their love survive the test of war?
In the past Natasha wrote, with girlish infatuation, “He will be running his fingers down, all the way down to the small of my back, touching his lips to my ear, breathing his name, breathing mine. Here I am, dancing with air.” In years to come, she will begin to lose her memory, which will make him see her as fragile. “I gather her gently into my arms, holding her like a breath.” But right now, during the months leading up to D-Day, she is at her peak, ready to take charge of the course of their story.
If you like wounded warrior romance, military romance, family saga romance or romantic suspense, you will find that this is a unique melding of them all. It is a standalone historical fiction novel about WWII, as well as the fourth volume of a family saga series titled Still Life with Memories, which is one of family sagas best sellers of all time. Do you like this genre, especially when wrapped with a second chance in love with a strong female lead? If so, this story is just for you.
A Love Story from WWII and Today
This is my first review of Uvi Poznansky's work. It is the 4th book in the series. First the Narrator Don Warrick performed well. I could understand and follow with clarity and emotion as he read each character.
The story about a women who was very forward thinking and adventurous for the time is refreshing. The male lead wants to serve his country and does so admirably. The story is an easy listen and is not very long at only 5hr 22min.
I wasn't expecting much substance from the title or book cover but was surprised. This is not a sappy love story but a grounded story of love in wartime.
I would listen to the other books as well if they are like Still Life with Memories.