內容簡介 Set during the devastating events of the invasion on Pearl Harbour by Imperial Japan in the 1940's, Diana Bennet writes a letter to an abusive soldier stationed in Pearl Harbour. Her letter was meant to be a new start and an empowering hope, but her life alters in unpredictable ways when her letter ends up in the hands of another soldier instead. Diana is taken in by the words of a stranger who replies with a letter of his own. William is a man struggling with the prospect of war looming over him and his words to Diana are encouraging and hopeful, even in the midst of violence. Through love bound by words and distanced by war, Diana and William discover a bond that could hurt more than war itself. Would you trust the words that are written from the pen of a stranger?*"A novel about hope, change & daring to be free. Dane Chung conducts a symphony of emotion & storytelling with this beautiful poignant novel."