By Carole Brungar
When Kiwi nurse Ronnie McIlroy volunteers to spend twelve months nursing in a South Vietnamese hospital in 1967, she’s ill-prepared for the poverty-stricken country, the people, or the impact it has.
American pilot, Joseph Hunter Jr, is on his second tour of duty. With an outstanding flying record and a cool head, he’ll take an Iroquois anywhere he’s needed.
When he meets an attractive young New Zealand nurse at the officer’s club, he knows the odds are stacked against a relationship.
But you don’t choose a time and place to fall in love. Fate always chooses for you.
Can Ronnie and Joe navigate the constant dangers of living and working in a war zone?
Will one naive act of compassion destroy any chance of a life together? Will either of them leave Vietnam alive?
Going Home is a wonderful tale of love, hope, and courage in the face of adversity