Always, Abby (2020)

Always, Abby Linda S. Glaz Always Abby Abby s all grown up She just needs Will to notice When WWII soldier Will Judge brings home an orphan boy from Europe it turns his world upside down His fianc e might be ready to marry him but not to
  • Title: Always, Abby
  • Author: Linda S. Glaz
  • ISBN: 9780373486571
  • Page: 294
  • Format: Paperback
Always, Abby Linda S. Glaz Abby s all grown up She just needs Will to notice.When WWII soldier Will Judge brings home an orphan boy from Europe, it turns his world upside down.His fianc e might be ready to marry him, but not to mother a war orphan As Will struggles to figure out his next move, he turns to Abby, his childhood friend.Since they were teenagers, Abby Richardson s feelings for Will havAbby s all grown up She just needs Will to notice.When WWII soldier Will Judge brings home an orphan boy from Europe, it turns his world upside down.His fianc e might be ready to marry him, but not to mother a war orphan As Will struggles to figure out his next move, he turns to Abby, his childhood friend.Since they were teenagers, Abby Richardson s feelings for Will have always been than friendly Once she was willing to be his pen pal and his confidante, listening as he poured out his heart But now Abby wants so much to be part of Will s ready made family What will it take to open Will s eyes and his heart
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One thought on “Always, Abby

  1. JaniceMosinski

    A really good historical romantic readWill, Abby, and Hank deserve a wonderful life together with the way they get along with each other They would make a great family

  2. Jeanie Mccarthy Pityinger

    This is a beautiful story of friendship, love, forgiveness, new beginnings, and heroism It was great the way the author told of the atrocities of the 2nd World War, but from the point of view of how they effected those who opened their doors to protect and shelter the Jews during that time and what they and their family members experienced and suffered for their acts of courage, compassion, etc It was beautiful that they were able to save a little child from that and give him a new future, to tu [...]

  3. Pegg

    This story follows With Eyes of Love by Linda S Glaz, but it reads nicely as a stand alone as well.Barbara s younger sister, Abby, writes to Will Judge the entire time he serves in WWII Letter by letter, she falls a little in love with him Will reads each letter and enjoys the news from home from the kid sister of his sister in law, but in his eyes, she s still a teenager When he arrives at the train station, he s met by his whole family, including Abby, and his yet to be announced fiancee None [...]

  4. June

    They ve known each other for five years, and written as pen pals for that time But now that Will has returned from the war with a little boy in tow, he realizes that while he was growing up, he did not visualize Abby as also growing up She was still the little 14 year old in his mind Little Hank comes home with him from Europe and plans are made for Will to adopt him But there are plenty of problems, between his fiancee not wanting the child and his sudden new feelings for Abby, life takes some [...]

  5. Reeds

    H H both perfect in every way, if there is a kind thing to do, they do it, I don t know how they find enough hours in the day for all their goodnessVillain An 18 year old girl so evil she can t cough up a drop of compassion for a concentration camp baby Who is that evil I ve known a few females who could be catty with each other, but they were capable of caring for a small hurting child for heaven s sake.This book is full of clich s and things that have been done to death.I love WWII stories tha [...]

  6. Shelley

    18 year old Abby sent regular letters to her crush while he was fighting in WW2 He returns from the war with an orphan he rescued from a camp and is surprised to find that she isn t a kid any I mostly just liked the 1940s setting The characters were fairly blah, except the villainess, who was over the top But she was 18 I can t blame her reactions one little bit.

  7. Debbie

    I am rarely a fan of Christian Romance but this book kept an interesting storyline going even though the end was predictable It was an enjoyable light read.

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