This love story about Dennis and Greer during the war was one that tugged at the heart strings. I always find it a challenge to review a non-fiction based on someone's life. And this one leaves me torn. They are torn apart due to the war, writing love letters back and forth while he is gone, and waiting with bated breath to be together again, I was irritated with some of vernacular; I understand that the era and time was different and some behaviors may heave been socially acceptable by some and - I appreciate the honesty in this book and I did enjoy the read as a whole. However, the subject matter of how he spoke to his wife, even in the letters - I didn't care for. I do understand and agree that men and women are different. We are equal but we are different. Uniquely different. That does not permit or excuse how he spoke to Greer at times or his expectations or some of his intentions. Yes, I needed to keep in mind the societal differences between then and now. Don't get me wrong, I like Dennis and Greer. I loved their love story; especially during such a trying time. I am glad I had the opportunity to read their love story and had a hard time putting it down.