Until now, Gary Tucker’s life had been one of privilege and wealth. His long-lost brothers figured he’d had everything handed to him on a silver platter. But he’d had struggles of a different kind—like the struggle to break free of Gareth B. Tucker, Sr.’s iron-fisted control—to be his own man. No one really understood what it was like to be Gareth Tucker, Jr....no one thatUntil now, Gary Tucker’s life had been one of privilege and wealth. His long-lost brothers figured he’d had everything handed to him on a silver platter. But he’d had struggles of a different kind—like the struggle to break free of Gareth B. Tucker, Sr.’s iron-fisted control—to be his own man. No one really understood what it was like to be Gareth Tucker, Jr....no one that is, except Julie. Julie Banks was beautiful, wholesome, smart and funny—and his brother’s little sister. Gene thought of her as just a kid—but Gary saw her as the woman of his dreams. Therein lay the problem. Were they destined to remain best friends, never taking their relationship farther than that? Overshadowing all of this, however, was the War. More than anything, Gary wanted to join the conflict and fly bombers over Germany and Japan. Would he get the opportunity? Could he find a way to become the man he knew he was called to be—and would the woman he loved be by his side when it was all said and done? If you love stories about WWII and the “Greatest Generation” that read like you’re watching a classic movie, with handsome soldiers and beautiful girls-next-door, then Her Blue-Eyed Lieutenant is for you!This is the third book in the Soldiers of Swing series, and like the others, it contains no profanity or illicit sex....
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Her Blue-Eyed Lieutenant (Soldiers of Swing, #3) Reviews
Reading Linda Ellen’s “Her Blue-Eyed Lieutenant” is like stepping into a wonderful Old Hollywood movie. It’s good and wholesome all the while being entertaining and charming. The third and final book in her delightful Soldiers of Swing series takes readers back to Louisville, Kentucky circa WWП where we get to follow Gary and Julie’s story. We were introduced to Gary and Julie in the first book in the series, “Her Blue-Eyed Sergeant”, and got another sneak peak at them in the second, “Her Blue-Eyed Corporal”, giving us a foundation for when they would get their own book. Gary had lived a life of privilege and wealth growing up, unlike his long-lost brothers, but he always struggled against his loving father’s strong control. World War Two was on and, more than anything, Gary wanted to contribute to the war effort and fly bombers over Germany and Japan. But would he get the opportunity? Julie Banks is a smart, funny, beautiful, and wholesome young woman….. She’s also Gene’s (Gary’s brother) kid sister. Therein lay the problem, would these two ever be more than just friends?Not only do I highly recommend this book, I also recommend the whole series. I love Linda Ellen’s writing style. She expertly spins a story that draws the reader in, makes them feel like they’re right there with the characters walking through their world, if only for a little while. You can always count on Linda’s books to have an interesting plot, and relatable, well-developed characters, that draw you in immediately. One thing I especially enjoy about Linda’s books is the fact that she always weaves fascinating historical facts, events, and places into her stories, which adds depth and helps the reader get a better understanding of the time period and the characters themselves. From Air Force basic training to USO dances to the tunnel of love, this story is as charming and lovable as Clark Gable. I’m truly sad to see this series end, but I’m excited to see what else Linda Ellen has up her sleeve. ;)
Once again I was drawn in to the lives of the triplets. This time the third brother Gary and Genes little sister Julie. Very well written, it seems you are right there with them. To use someone else's words it's like watching a Hollywood movie. You connect with them, their feelings, their hurts , their desires. Another one of Linda'a books you cannot put down. As I read I read I felt like part of the family. I experienced joy, frustration at times, disappointment with anger over one part in the book. It will take you on a roller coaster ride like the one at Foutaine Ferry Park. Also so growing up and living in Louisville myself it brought back a lot of memories plus I learned things about Bowman field I did not know. My Blue-Eyed Lieutenant is a book you will read and want to read again. Five plus stars. Brovo Linda Ellen on another masterpiece. Looking forward to another one.
Another fantastic book!I have loved every book I've read by this author. This series about the blue-eyed soldiers are my favorite. I'm ready for more by Linda Ellen
I LOVE THIS SERIES!!!Historical novels are not usually my genre… but I can’t say enough about this wonderful series!In this third story, Gene’s brother Gary joins the military. Julie Banks, Gene’s stepsister, finds herself attracted to Gary–but Gary is trying to do the right thing by keeping his distance. After all, she’s his brother’s kid sister, isn’t she?Actually, this just might be my favorite story in the series…I really hope you’ve already picked up a copy of these books. Take my advice; they’re best when you have time to read all three in a row. Now go get reading!If you don’t have it yet, be sure to pick up a copy of Her Blue-Eyed Lieutenant today!if you enjoy exciting romance, you’ll love this series. Especially since they’re clean reads!Happy Reading!