After losing her husband and unborn child, Lana joins the French resistance. Now on the Riviera, living with Guy, also in the resistance, Guy, Lana is tasked with befriending the Gestapo to learn the timing of the raids so she can aid in smuggling Jews out of the region. It’s a vastly different life than what she knew. She’s making friends and contacts, and she’s good at what she does.
The description in this book is incredibly vivid, and at first, life on the Riviera feels removed from the war. We see how hard it was for Lana to befriend the men she was. It was hard to know who to trust. For me, we had this detailed story laid out, and then the ending felt rushed and a bit unrewarding. We spent all this time getting to know Odette, to have her pushed into the background. Lana’s War focuses a lot on the romance, and I think this would be the right fit for fans of Historical Romance. Overall, an enjoyable read. Thank you, Atria Books, for sending this along.
Lana’s War is available on Amazon for $9.99.