The Light Attendant Part III Cover Reveal!!

Part III and gripping conclusion to The Light Attendant is due out November 1, 2022 in time for Remembrance day!

Here is a sneak peek at the cover.

(Pay attention – the details help tell the story.)

 

Conclusion to The Light Attendant Coming November, 2022!

Following a reluctant farewell, Abbigail and Henry return to their respective lives in Canada only to be caught up in the Spanish Influenza pandemic that sweeps the world at the close of the war. As the first wave of the pandemic mounts, Henry rushes to see to Abbigail’s safety.  There, he will face the most difficult battle of his life.

Can Henry become the man Abbigail needs him to be—even if it means he must help her keep her promise to marry another man?

The Light Attendant, Part III Coming Soon!

We are getting ready to launch the heart wrenching conclusion of The Light Attendant November, 2022!

Poignant and captivating, The Light Attendant trilogy follows Abbigail, a Canadian Nursing Sister, through the travails of World War I and the Spanish Flu pandemic of 1918. Abbigail and Henry meet amidst the chaos of a war that throws them together but is their bond strong enough to withstand the true battle Henry is fighting? A story of love, second chances, and redemption found amidst the horrors of war.

Here is a look at some of the concept art for the cover.

Concept art by Clarissa Fehr
Concept art by Clarissa Fehr

The Light Attendant: A Canadian Bluebird Novel – story origin

We are diligently working on our latest project: The Light Attendant: A Canadian Bluebird Novel (working title). The story follows a Canadian Nurse through her experiences in Wold War I and the pandemic of 1918. The book has been a long time in the making and I am thrilled to see the project in its final phase.

Concept Artwork by Clarissa Fehr

This story actually began as an anecdote told by one of the characters in our first trilogy: Horizons, Winding Roads, and Coming Home, initially published in 2014. I had long been interested in World War I and the Spanish Influenza pandemic which followed at the end of the war in 1918. As a result, I used that bit of history in one of my character’s background stories in Coming Home, never knowing it would go on to become so much more. (For those of you familiar with Coming Home, you might just recognize the “guest appearance” by two of the characters as they help out in our new book.) Continue reading “The Light Attendant: A Canadian Bluebird Novel – story origin”

WIP Part II: The Light Attendant and the Bluebird

After a couple of passes through our editing team, I am thrilled to be working on the final draft of my upcoming historical romance novel: The Light Attendant and the Bluebird.

Set in World War I, The Light Attendant and The Bluebird tells the story of Private Henry Ryzack who battles not only the Germans, but also his own personal vices and demons on the battlefields of France as he struggles to keep promises made and become a man worthy of Nursing Sister, Abbigail Grieves.

I am very excited to share this story with you. So eager, in fact, that I cannot help but give you a “sneak peek” into the first two chapters of the novel.

Continue reading “WIP Part II: The Light Attendant and the Bluebird”

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