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Bestselling author Melody Carlson captures hearts with a beautifully written romance set just after World War II.
It's almost New Year's 1946, a perfect time for Caroline Marshall to start a new chapter in her life. Widowed three years ago when she lost her husband in the war, she has decided to move with her nine-year-old son to join her sister's family in sunny California.
Her sister's new house has a basement apartment for Caroline to rent, and though jobs for women are scarce with so many veterans returning from the war, it seems the local chocolate factory is hiring. The apartment turns out to be rather dingy, and the job may be working the assembly line--a step down from Caroline's office job as a secretary back in Minnesota. But Caroline is determined to make a great new life for herself and her son. As she goes about making that happen, she keeps running into a handsome stranger--at the diner, at church, and he even works for M.G. Chocolates.
With a New Year, a new home, and a new job, is Caroline ready to find new love?Tweet
I saw this cover and was completely intrigued by a romance set in this time period. I know I should consider it historical, but for some reason I don't.