Dear Mrs. Bird by A.J. Pearce (2018)
This wound up being my favorite book of the year! A warm and emotional story of a young woman who yearns to be a war correspondent during WWII but finds a job instead working on advice magazine during the day (what the Brits call an Agony Aunt) while doing her bit for the war at night as bombs fall. You know how much I like books with WWII settings but some have become almost a cliche of tired plots. This was fresh and appealing, humorous at times, heartbreaking at others, and altogether delightful. Those who remember Dear Lovey Hart will love it.