With a war raging overseas, there was no way American Peter Morrison was just going to sit back and watch. He volunteers to join England’s Royal Air Force and prepares to fight Hitler and his German soldiers. But on his very first mission Peter is shot down and injured. He’s thankfully rescued but still frustrated by his turn of bad luck—although it could have been worse.
Lexi Stuart-Crossman is an English air vice-marshal’s daughter and one of the most sought-after models in her country. When not hiding during air raids, she works at the local hospital until one day a bomb strikes. The roof collapses, and Lexi loses her sight. Despite this new handicap, she is a bright, shining star to those in need and a joy to her patients.
Eventually Peter and Lexi’s paths cross, and they forge a heartfelt connection. War rages around them as they struggle to survive and plan a future together, however unlikely. It’s said this is “the war to end all wars,” but the battle has just begun for this pilot and his brave beauty as the world falls down around them. Yet, they remain standing on the strength of their love.