High as the Heavens by Kate Breslin ~ Review

High As the Heavens
My Review:

Evelyn Marche is a nurse serving in Belgium, working part time for her Aunt and Uncle at their cafe, she also gathers intelligence for the Allies. But when the husband that she thought was dead for three years falls from the sky, she is willing to do whatever she can to keep him safe from the Germans.

Simon awakens to see the face of his beautiful wife, Evelyn. Can he trust the woman that he married three years ago with his life, and will her dangerous game save his life or cause him to lose it? Can Evelyn and Simon trust each other with their lives?

Evelyn is a nurse tending to both sides of the war with her nursing skills, she has thought her husband dead for three years, so when he turns up in the street, fallen from the sky she is shocked. Evelyn is a brave woman willing to fight to protect the ones that she loves. I admired her quick thinking and awareness.

Simon has been working undercover for three years, unbeknownst to his wife that he is even alive, when he awakens to see his wife working in a German hospital. Evelyn is determined to keep her secrets, trying to shield him from danger, but as he sees her friendliness with the enemy, he wonders if her keeping information  from him is really for his safety. Simon is a good man, he is a man of action, who hates being tied up in a hospital bed.

Rich in history, it explores the life of the Belgians living under German control. Great chemistry between Evelyn and Simon, as they get to know each other again, amongst the intrigue and conspiracy around them. A page turning read, full of suspenseful twists, and tension filled moments as Simon and Evelyn fight to protect the people that they love.

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