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  • Sisters and War

    Suzanne, or Suzy as her sisters Raine and Ronnie call her, has her future planned out. She wants to study at a music school and someday start an all woman orchestra. Than the war happens and Suzy decides she needs to help out somehow in the war effort. This is a tough sell because her mother has paid for private lessons so she could have a musical career. She is determined and joins a swing band who are members of the ENSA – the Entertainment National Service Association – to entertain the troops. Suzy does a good job entertaining the troops, but she struggles with a family secret she learned before she left to join the ENSA. She hates keeping secrets from her sisters and she is at odds with her mother over it. Suzy also has to come to terms with her growing attraction to the handsome Naval captain she met before she left. They have been writing back and forth as much as possible with the war going on. The book is about the war and the musical group that entertained the troops, the girls and guys that made up that group and Suzy's interaction with them, her friendships, finding out she would be singing instead of playing her violin. Learning how to sing on a stage in front of a group of people with help from other's in the group with more experience. The fashions they wore, the places they went and the appreciation they received from the audience. It is about family, communications and love between each other. It is about inseparable sisters and their support for each other. I enjoyed this book and I would recommend it. Thanks to Molly Green, Avon Books UK, and NetGalley for allowing me to read and advance copy in return for an honest review.

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