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To Face the Sun

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They called her Sunny. She was a spirited Navy nurse with iridescent blond hair...the gently-bred daughter of a brigadier general...the graciously beautiful Amanda Fitzpatrick.

Assigned to the hospital ship Good Hope, Sunny found her work inspiring and challenging -- until Alex Ramsey, a British diplomat, arrived on board bloody, unconscious, and in need of tender care.

Paperback, 393 pages
Published May 1986 by Fawcett (first published January 1st 1986)
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A rich girl playing nurse in the Pacific meets and tangles with a British envoy-spy. Stuff explodes, people die, etc.

The book fell flat whenever the hero and heroine shared the same airspace. They didn't have much chemistry and their scenes seemed out of place from the rest of the book, which was a rather plain & straightforward (not always a bad thing) portrait of life and danger in the WWII Pacific theatre.

It was really the romance that brought the book down as a whole, with the heroine's
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