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Monday, August 16, 2021

The Ack-Ack Girl by Chris Karlsen 💕 Book Blast, Freebie Offer & $20 Gift Card Giveaway 💕 (Historical Romance)



Sparks fly, and not just from artillery, when Ava crosses paths with the highly decorated and handsome Royal Airforce pilot, Chris Fairfield.
It’s 1941 and the German war machine has defeated all of Europe except England. In an effort to force a surrender, the German Luftwaffe is bombing villages and cities the length of the country. As the battle rages, Britain is in desperate need to put more pilots in the air.

To free up more men a new unit is formed: The Ack Ack Girls. Teams of courageous young women will now fight in anti-aircraft stations. Excited to be part of the effort, Ava Armstrong has volunteered for one of the special teams. Her unit just happens to be located near an RAF airfield teaming with pilots. Sparks fly, and not just from artillery, when Ava crosses paths with the highly decorated and handsome Royal Airforce pilot, Chris Fairfield.


Ava put her new uniform bits away. Someone had left a flyer for a pub called the Two Roses in her stand. Skimming it as she headed toward the mess she ran into a solid body. 


“Have a care, watch where you walk. You nearly trod on my foot.” 


Startled, Ava looked up into a square-jawed, dark-haired pilot with a dimpled chin, who could pass for Cary Grant’s younger brother. Distracted, apologizing escaped her.


“I’d say I accept your apology had I received one.”


“Sorry, I was reading this flyer.”


He eyed her up and down. “You’re part of the new anti-aircraft branch of the ATS.”


“I am.”


He eyed the length of her again but this time a snort accompanied his comment. “I hope you can see planes better than tall men inches from you.”


The cheek of the man! She wasn’t about to let that comment slide. “Had you considered stepping out of the way when you saw me coming?”


“No, why should I? I was in this spot first. You’re lucky I don’t ask the captain to have your lot stop to salute us.”


“What cheek. Pardon me, I’m hungry and you’re boring.” Ava tucked the flyer into her jacket pocket and whispered, “Wanker” as she pushed past.


The wanker hummed White Cliffs of Dover and got in line behind her. 


“Lieutenant Fairfield, it’s good to see you here. Finally on the mend?” the blonde, ATS corporal serving the food asked the wanker in a sugary voice.


“I still have the tail-end of the nasty pneumonia cough hanging on, but I believe I’ll be ready to return to my squadron this week.”


“We might see you around before then. When we have a bit of time to ourselves, my friends and I go for a pint at the Two Roses pub in the village. Come by and I’ll buy you a pint.”


“If they don’t send me off the same day as my orders come through, I’ll do that but I’ll buy.”


Ava made a note to ask what village they were near. No one had indicated so far and she was curious. She didn’t dare ask in front of the arrogant wanker Fairfield. He already thought her a clumsy goose. No need letting him think she was lost too.


She moved down the food line, pausing for a second trying to decide if she wanted the soupy mashed potatoes. Then a long, blue wool uniformed arm reached over her to take a roll, his tray clinking against hers.


“Excuse my reach but you’re taking too long and I’m ravenous.”


“You really are a wanker.”


“You wound me.” He pressed his hand to his chest. “At least I’m not a dawdler.”


He walked away with his roll before she could offer a comeback.



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I was raised in Chicago. My father, a history professor, and my mother, a voracious reader passed on a love of history and books along with a love of travel. My husband and I retired to the Pacific Northwest where we live with four crazy rescue dogs.

I am a retired police detective. After twenty-five years in law enforcement I decided to pursue my dream of writing. I’ve completed a historical-time travel romance series called Knights in Time. I currently write a historical suspense called The Bloodstone Series.

I am also working on a world war two series of novella romances.



    

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It's 1945. U.S. Marine, Ron Day, has been fighting on island after island in the South Pacific. His company has another brutal battle on the horizon-Okinawa. Ron has been given leave in Melbourne, Australia before shipping out to Okinawa.

In Melbourne, he meets Charmaine Sturgis, a gorgeous big band singer. Like so many things that happen in war, they fall in love over the short leave time.

...And war steals from us all.




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18 comments :

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    1. Thank you, Sue. To me, WW2 had so many heroes and heroines working to save their countries, it just seemed ripe for a action-packed romance.
      Chris

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    1. Thank you, Gwendolyn. The cover won an award in April Book Marketing Global Network. I have a terrific designer to allows me a ton of input on the concept I want.
      Chris

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  3. I want to thank Romance Novel Giveaways for the opportunity to feature my WW2 romance. I enjoy a good war movie and my fave is Casablanca. I'd love to hear some of the favorites of your followers.
    Chris

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  4. Sounds like a very good book.

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    1. Thank you, Sherry. I had a lot of fun writing this particular period in history.
      Chris

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    1. I was inspired by a documentary on the History Channel about the Battle of Britain. Seeing the films and interviews of the RAF pilots defeating the German attacks, made me want to make a personal story, especially a romance involving a pilot and Ack Ack "girl."
      Chris

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  6. How did you come up with this interesting book cover?

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  7. I love the time period the book is set in, and the great cover.

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  8. Thanks for bringing the book to my attention.

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  9. Having worked as a detective do you enjoy reading Crime fiction?

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