Book Review: ‘Two Wars And A Wedding: A Novel’ By Lauren Willig

In the year 1896 Betty Hayes, who wants to be an archaeologist, travels to Athens, Greece, meets and falls in love with married Charles de Robencourt. Then the Greek/Turkey war starts up, and Betty helps out by being a nurse, which cause a conflict with her best friend Ava. In 1898 Betsy finds out that Ava is going to Cuba with the Red Cross, to help out during the Spanish-American was, she knows she needs to stop Ava. She poses as Ava, and is in the midst of the war. She needs to summon up everything she has to put the horrors of her past war behind her, so she can help out now, and survive this. This is another great, well-written book from author Lauren Willig, who has never written a bad novel. The friendship, and the horrors of war, make this a book you don’t want to put down.

You can pick up Two Wars And A Wedding in stores on Tuesday, March 21st from William Morrow.

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