The Roommate Series During World War II, women stepped out as never before by leaving the home and joining the workforce, joining the military, and doing their part while the men were off fighting. When complete, this series will focus on four friends who each answer the call to service, and their journey to find love.
WOUNDED Word Count: 88,000 words Branch of Service: Army Nurse Corps
Ginger Yaeger carries a grave sin, and fears that she will be accused of harboring German sympathies because a man she loved died while trying to rescue a wounded German soldier under her care.
Sergeant John Holotin, wounded on D-Day, fears he is a failure after receiving a Dear John letter from his girl back home, and watching his best friend suffer from wounds he received despite John's best efforts to save him on the Normandy beachhead.
After meeting at a general hospital in England, Ginger and John must help each other overcome their greatest fears.Through their struggles they find a love that blossoms amongst the hell that is war.
ENEMY OF MY HEART Word Count: 98,600 words Branch of Service: Office of Strategic Services (OSS)/ Special Operations Executive (SOE)
Jenny Dabrowska's mission is revenge after the Germans slaughtered her family during the Blitzkrieg. When she learns that the man responsible for the massacre is operating an outpost in a small Polish village, she agrees to drop into enemy territory to help the resistance, though her ultimate goal is to kill him.
Frederick Heinz never agreed with the German ideals that he fought for when he joined the army. Deserting from his unit, even though he knows he will be executed if he is found, he hides in the woods like a hermit. He wants only to survive and ultimately live in peace, far away from the death and destruction he witnessed.
When they meet on a dark night, both running from the same enemy, they tentatively join forces. Though she tries hard not to, Jenny can't help but fall for this handsome deserter who has been her knight in shining armor and friend despite her hatred of his heritage. But, when she learns his deepest secret, she must decide if she can trust him not only with the mission she's been sent on but with her heart.