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TBT Book Spotlight: Kiss Me Once Again

Happy Thursday!

Today’s spotlight takes us back to 2018. It’s Kiss Me Once Again by Gail Kittleson. Have you read it?


About the Book

No one ever accused Glenora Carson of being a breathtaking beauty. Her tall, gangly figure and angular face are more solid midwestern stock than Hollywood glamour. But Joe liked her. He even told her, “You’re the one for me.” He gave her a locket with his picture inside, to remind her of him while he was away, serving his country on the U.S.S. Arizona. After December 7, 1941, Glenora shelves her dreams of attending college on the scholarship she was offered by Iowa State University, locks her heart away, and focuses on holding down the home front by helping out the family business – Carson’s Garage. The grease-stained overalls don’t do much to compliment her female figure, but they cover her heart well enough.That is, until Hank Anderson, a wounded warrior back from battle, walks into the garage and into Glenora’s life. Is an old maid’s future Glenora’s fate, or will Cupid throw a wrench in her plans?

Amazon | Goodreads


About the Author

Bitten hard by the WWII bug about eight years ago, Gail Kittleson facilitates writing workshops and retreats in Iowa and Arizona, where winters find her enjoying the incredibly gorgeous Ponderosa forest with her husband of forty-one years. Favorites:  grandchildren, exploring WWII sites, walking, reading, meeting new people, and hearing from readers who fall in love with her characters. Gail formerly taught ESL and instructed college writing courses, and believes were here to grow and learn. 

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