This installment of the Brothers in Arms series allows Kane to tell a tale that hits all of a reader's emotions, from laughter to tears. Sophie has hidden her true persona behind a mask of obedience, and her growth from coward to empowered is one of the elements that gives the story its punch. The heroes are strong and vulnerable at the same time.

Ian Witherspoon has been betrothed to Sophie Middleton for several years and has decided to finally marry her, but his lover, Derek Knightly, isn't happy about the idea. Ian believes that Sophie can help them all get past the war and the horror, and Sophie will do whatever it takes to make her wedding happen.

She knows about Ian's relationship with Derek and tells him she won't stand in his way. But Ian wants Derek and Sophie to want each other as well. When Sophie disappears, Derek realizes that he loves both Sophie and Ian and that they can all have a happy life together. But is it too late to set things right? (ELLORASCAVE.COM, dl $7.99)
Reviewed by: 
Jill Brager