Christian Historical. Living during WW2 wasn't easy. Grace was trying to disgrace men who were conscientious objectors and did not fight in the War by giving them a white feather. What she failed to realize was that there was more than one way to fight, and she singled out Jack unfairly. But it fit his cover story perfectly, since he was actually working as a spy. After she targeted him at the ball, things fell apart - for both of them. Banished from society, Grace joins the WFC as a volunteer. Even though being a volunteer was noble, her place in society wasn't appreciated and didn't set well with some of the other WFC girls, who set out to make her life miserable. The WFC did very hard physical work and Grace was struggling to find work she could do, bungling everything. Circumstances bring Grace and Jack back together, their story woven throughout with spies and subterfuge. It's an interesting, intricate story that holds all your interest, keeping you wondering what will unfold next. Highly recommended - you won't be bored!
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