Every Time We Say Goodbye

By Kristina McMorris

When the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbour, the tide of change rippled across America, separating the patriots from the enemies—but what of those torn between two sides?

Two people. Two cultures. One love. One war.

Virtuoso violinist, Madeleine Kern, has lost her passion for music since the death of her mother. But one passion remains true; her love for Lane Moritomo. Lane comes from a respected Japanese family and his mother is keen to retain this heritage with a suitable marriage. But breaking tradition, Lane proposes to Maddie and the newlyweds begin married life floating on a wave of bliss.

That is until news breaks that the Japanese have bombed Pearl Harbour.

Suddenly their two nations are at war. As prejudice spreads fervently across America, Maddie and Lane must cling on to their love for each other whilst the world threatens to tear them apart.

An epic love story, perfect for fans of Julia Gregson and Jo Jo Moyes.

Format: Paperback
Release Date: 02 Feb 2012
Pages: 432
ISBN: 978-1-84756-242-5
Kristina McMorris is an award-winning author and graduate of Pepperdine University. She began her foray into fiction writing after discovering a collection of her grandparents\' WWII love letters, which inspired her first novel, Letters From Home.

‘Letters from Home is an insightful portrait of the communion between the soldiers who fought for our country and those they left behind. A gripping and memorable story, it is a timeless lesson in love and loss and the moments that shape our lives.’Pamela Jenoff, author of The Kommandant's Girl -

”'Beautifully written, this tale of love and loss is perfect for enjoying on a lazy summer’s day.” - Closer Magazine