Adjustment Year Launches on Amazon April 9

Adjustment Year by Melina Druga

Adjustment Year Launches on Amazon April 9

Adjustment Year launches April 9 on Amazon.  It completes the WWI Trilogy that started with Angel of Mercy and continued with Those Left Behind.

Currently, the eBook is available only on Amazon.

Can’t find the paperback at your local bookstore?  Ask the manager to carry it.

Adjustment Year Book Blurb

The war is over, but the healing has just begun.

1919. The promise of better days slips away as the optimism everyone experienced on Armistice Day fades.

Hettie Taylor returns home to Canada married to Alfred, a man she barely knows, and without having had an opportunity in the nursing service to properly mourn her first husband, Geoffrey. As she adjusts to civilian life, Hettie is overcome by emotions she has difficulty controlling and must learn to come to terms with Geoffrey’s death.

Complicating matters, Alfred’s family is unnecessarily cruel to her, and Hettie begins to wonder if she will be miserable for the rest of her days.

She takes comfort confiding in her brother, Freddie, the only person she feels understands her, but he is dealing with his own storm of emotions. And a secret.

Will Hettie adjust to her first post-war year, or are she and Alfred destined for divorce?

Adjustment Year is the third in a trilogy following Hettie and her family as they navigate the challenges and heartbreak World War 1 brings. Each novel is a standalone story. Adjustment Year is the homecoming story.

Advanced Review Copies

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Melina Druga
Most kids have an active imagination. My imagination has stayed strong into adulthood, and I’ve funneled that creativity into a successful writing career. I write history, both fiction and nonfiction, because although your school history classes may have been boring, the past is not. My goal is to bring the past to life in all its myriad of colors.
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