Welcome, author Barbara Britton

About the book: 

When seventeen-year-old seamstress, Josephine Nimetz, agrees to take care of a WWI amputee in a remote Alaskan lodge to escape the influenza of 1918, there’s enough friction to melt the Mendenhall Glacier. Her position is only until June, and it pays well enough to overlook the hardship of managing a rustic home and a shell-shocked veteran, Geoff Chambers.

Geoff makes it clear that he isn’t too fond of the “runt” sent to take care of his needs, nor of her painful mistakes. Dealing with a depressed and addicted amputee, pushes Josephine to the brink of leaving, if not for the money her salary brings.

But Josephine is a perfectionist, determined to get Geoff back on his feet—figuratively…Although sending a rich, handsome veteran back into society may cost Josephine the man she has grown to love.


About the author: 

Barbara M. Britton lives in Southeast Wisconsin and loves the snow—when it accumulates under three inches. She writes romantic adventures for teens and adults in the Christian Fiction and Mainstream markets. Barb is published in Biblical fiction and enjoys bringing little-known Bible characters to light in her stories. In June, Barb shares a story she heard on an Alaskan vacation and shines a light on the struggles veteran’s face when they come home from war. “Until June” will release on June 11th.  Barb is a member of the American Christian Fiction Writers, the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators, Romance Writers of America and Wisconsin Romance Writers of America. Barb has a nutrition degree from Baylor University but loves to dip healthy strawberries in chocolate.

You can find out more about Barb and her books on her website.


Until June the book is available for pre-ordered at:


Barnes and Noble

Apple Books and wherever books are sold. Libraries can order the book, too.

8 thoughts on “Welcome, author Barbara Britton”

  1. This looks good Barb. You ticked a couple of boxes for me with “Alaska” and “World War I.” Congratulations on a new release and a new genre! I have always been fascinated by World War I and the way it changed the then-world. First war to use tanks, chemical warfare, telephones etc., but still “old” enough to be romantic. First time abroad for most of the servicemen, and the nurses! First glimpse of another world. And that influenza epidemic, which also changed the known world.

    1. Thank you for having me back on the blog, June. When I was researching WWI, I was mortified by the chemical weapons and the conditions of the trenches. And who would have thought that we would have a pandemic like they experienced in 1918? I hope readers enjoy Geoff and Josephine’s story.

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