There is no product that matches the search criteria.
Your cart is empty.
Until June Has Everything!
This book has accurate historical and details, a strong female character, romance, and even a rescue dog! The author carefully developed the main character, Josephine, from a hesitant girl to a brave and determined woman as she endures hardships and struggles in caring for Geoff, a young WW1 veteran. The story takes place on an Alaskan island where Geoff is recovering from war injuries and escaping from the influenza pandemic. Josephine is asked to be his nurse and discovers she is a far stronger person than she thought. This book is easy to read, you won’t want to put it down!
Laurie S - PBG Booklover
UNTIL JUNE is such an amazing book! It takes place in Alaska, one of my favorite destinations. The leading male is an amputee veteran. It touches on a pandemic, which is what we are living thru now. And it also touches on PTSD, before there was a name for it. What I wasn’t sure about would be the historical factor, 1918-1919. It’s been awhile since I’ve read historical and wasn’t sure how I’d take to it, but this story just flowed. I read it in one sitting. If you pull pivotal parts from the book, you would believe it to be sad, heartbreaking, difficult to read, but it wasn’t at all. There were many times that I found myself smiling or laughing out loud!
The struggles that Josephine and Geoff faced and then the banter that ensued made for such an enjoyable read. So refreshing to read of a budding, building relationship that is clean reading! Such wonderful characters and personalities! Beautiful visuals painted by the author of the lodge, the landscape and the attire worn dur
A compassionate love story for the soul
I was curious about the story as soon as I saw the title and read the blurb, especially the setting. Ms. Britton pulls a reader right in and one must keep reading. The setting and the time intrigued me. War is hell and the world a hundred years ago lacked modern medicine. Oh, the passion of youth. I sympathized with Josephine immediately due to her rearing, and then was frustrated at times over her blunders as she cared for Geoff. But I have to think hard to remember my life at age 18. And I felt such compassion for him. Every time they went outside I expected a bear to appear. Their first month of seclusion, with his dependence on morphine, was rough on them both. His words, “I’m more alive now” settled sweetly in my soul. And then he laughed. I rooted for these two to overcome and mature and love from the moment they met. Highly recommended. I received an advance copy from the author. Opinions are mine alone.