Welcome... With Wrath:Book 3

ABOUT Kg Cummings

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 kgcummings (April 11, 1949 - ) born Kathy Ann Cummings in Oswego, New York to parents Raymond E. and Gertrude Kathryn DeSantis Cummings.
Her first novel, The Wind Whispers War, was self published in 2006. It was soon followed by several more novels to continue the historical romanc More...


The trilogy concludes as "Mad" leaves the war torn country to return home to social unrest, and a wife that still loves him.

By the late 1960's... The challenge that invigorated early attitudes, "Ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country", seemed to have been long forgotten. Letters from Nam, returning soldiers, and a war that appeared to have no end, had shifted public opinion. "Hell No! We Won't Go!" was the reply by the end of the decade. Music would swing from doo wop to acid rock. Hair grew from duck tails, to mop tops, ratted and teased, to flowers and beads. This novel is about relationships between people, and the effect that pop culture, and historical events had upon their lives. You know these people, they are your family, friends, neighbors, coworkers, and associates... every day, ordinary people. As the trilogy comes to it's conclusion, Turn on, tune in, drop out...

"Welcome With Wrath" is the 3rd book in kgcummings collection on historical Romance. It keeps you on the edge of your seat as the couple finds ups and downs within their love and marriage. It has true issues that couples during that War era might have faced and the challenges and ways they could have solved them. She keeps you spellbound with the emotions you feel as the story unfolds and you place yourself in their shoes and hope that all will be well as drama and episodes of mistrust and adultery begin to unfold before you. She writes with great clarity, imagery and quotes I have heard soldiers and veterans say .The conversations among the soldiers are really like they would have talked, very real, even down to the mannerism they show off so proudly and the songs they learned in training. You feel the passion of the couple, Beth and Jeff and all their love during the times that they are one with each other in all respects as a wife and husband should be. She is a very talented writer and this series is a great accomplishment.
Christina R. Jussaume ~ Massachusettes