When WWI British nurse Ginger Whitman finds a dying soldier hiding in her camp in Palestine, she is left holding the clues to explosive secret intelligence, without knowing whom to trust. Plunged into a world of intrigue and murder, she finds help in intelligence officer Major Noah Benson—and unexpected love. Then she discovers Noah is hiding a secret that could destroy everyone she holds most dear. To get the documents into the right hands, she must unmask his true allegiances, even if it means risking her heart and her life.
"Windswept is a delightful, ripsnorting adventure with a feisty heroine, a breathless pace, and endless adventure,
intrigue, and romance. You will smile from cover to cover. This will remind you how enjoyable a good book can be."
–William Bernhardt, bestselling author of the Ben Kincaid series
“Suspenseful, sexy, and moving, Windswept is a great choice for those looking for strong female leads
in their historical fiction. Ginger will inspire you; the story will enthrall you; and the passionate romance will win you over.”
-Samantha Hui, Independent Book Review
"Chock-full of secrets and spies, love and betrayal, danger and adventure, all of which is set against
the devastating backdrop of WWI, Windswept by Annabelle McCormack is a sumptuous, fast-paced, and riveting read that'll have you cheering for the heroine until the very end."
-Hannah Mary McKinnon, internationally bestselling author of Sister Dear and You Will Remember Me
"A neophyte nurse becomes an accidental but effective spy in this gripping adventure."
"Windswept is a whirlwind of an adventure. From the edge-of-your seat suspense, to the passionate romance...
you won't be able to put this book down!"
-Lisa Boyle, author of Signed, A Paddy
"...akin to an Arabian version of Gone With the Wind, juxtaposing history with romance with
a depth that few World War I novels achieve."
-D. Donovan, Senior Reviewer, Midwest Book Review
"This work of historical fiction is so incredibly enthralling, there are the undertones of class
that made Downton Abbey such a favorite, along with the pathos of honor, war, servitude, manners, and stature intertwine the way you see in 1917 or in the works of Patrick O'Brian...A book packed with engrossing visuals and vibrant drama. This is a novel that is complex, powerful, and moving. Windswept has the great ability
to be both a great romance novel and a great work of historical fiction. It never once compromises one mission for the other. An exceptional achievement for any author and for any genre."
-Robert Buccellato, San Francisco Book Review
"Loved it! Highly, highly recommended. 10 stars."
-Coffee and Ink, blog tour review
"I have to say this might be my favorite WWI book of all time." -Gwendalyn's Books, blog tour review
"WOW! What a breathtaking ride of a book this was! I couldn't read it fast enough and yet I didn't want it to end!"
-Passages to the Past, blog tour review
"A WWI novel to set the new standard for other novels, and does it ever set the bar high.
Bottom Line: Who needs movies, with books like Windswept?" -Pursuing Stacie, blog tour review
"This is the way to start a series. Gave me everything I want. A historical setting I could learn about,
a dastardly villian, and an engaging love story. So so good. Can't wait to read book 2."
-amysbooketlist, blog tour review
"HOLY SH*T THIS BOOK! Windswept is [Annabelle McCormack's] debut novel and it blew me away!!
This has to be one of THE BEST books I have read this year, hands down!" -agirlreadsbookss, blog tour review
"This is a novel that overall is a superb example of a sweeping saga set in a land that allows you to escape from
your normal life for the length of time it takes to read it. I am just happy that the second book is in the
works!" -Sharon Rimmelzwaan, Beyond the Books, blog tour review
"Nurses, spies, romance and the Sinai and Palestine campaign: Windswept by Annabelle McCormack
delivers a ripping read." -Bibliostatic, blog tour review
"I was utterly riveted and absolutely engrossed from page one to the last word. Ms. McCormack is an incredible writer, not just from a writing standpoint but also from a storyteller standpoint. Windswept isn't just a
book you read, it is a book you devour."
-Dayna Linton, Novels Alive, blog tour review
"...a very thrilling read which kept me guessing until the end." -Over the Rainbow Book Blog, blog tour review
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