Flight nurse Lt. Kay Jobson has a passion for healing those in war and a passion for good-looking men. She avoids commitment, however, and leaves behind a string of broken hearts. Yet handsome Lt. Roger Cooper seems to be immune to her good looks and flirtatious ways. As Kay becomes determined to win his heart, she discovers that focusing on physical appearance is dissatisfying and empty. Through heartache and danger, she learns to come to terms with her past while questioning her spiritual life for the first time. Roger, meanwhile, struggles to overcome negative events in his own past and avoid Kay’s charms even as he learns that God may have a different plan for his life.
In Perfect Time is a wonderful novel with significant depth that addresses difficult personal struggles that many readers may find applicable. Ms. Sundin does a fantastic job of communicating great spiritual truths without being preachy. It takes true talent to deliver such emotional messages so well and Ms. Sundin does so impeccably. The characters contain a perfect amount of complexity that makes the personalities believable and loveable. Their vulnerabilities and emotional trials are artfully told and illustrated. The plot is not predictable with its constant surprises and suspense and is also multifaceted in nature. It is a difficult novel to put down! The story flows naturally and flawlessly and offers interesting historical insight and detail into the roles of pilots and flight nurses during WWII. This novel may stand alone, but the first two books in the series give more background on a few additional characters. The book is most highly recommended!
I received a copy of this book from Revell Publishing in exchange for an honest review.