A few more, which I think have been mentioned elsewhere, set in WWII...
He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not
Against the Tide</i>
~ series by Rachel Druten
"Three strong-minded women live their lives on the fringe of romance and relationship. Rebecca, a bereaved widow, must deal with her attraction to a man whose body and soul have been ravaged by war-time violence. Daisy has silently borne her deep love for her older brother's best friend since they were children, wondering if her beloved will ever see her for the woman she has become. Finally, there is Claire, who rejects her fiancÃ© after he refuses to go to war in the aftermath of the bombing of Pearl Harbor. Three women, three hearts, three stories of love lost to unavoidable circumstances and redeemed in remarkable and unexpected ways."
<I>Arms of Deliverance - A Story of Promise</i>
~ Tricia Goyer
"Two friends, Mary and Lee, land similar reporting jobs at the New York Tribune on the eve of the war's outbreak and soon they become competitors.
Mary's coverage of a bombing raid over Germany leads to a plane wreck and an adventurous escape attempt from across enemy lines. When Lee hears of Mary's plight, she bravely heads to war-torn Europe in an effort to help rescue her friend.
Will there be enough time for diplomacy or will war get the best of everyone?"
<i>Dawn of a Thousand Nights</i>
~ Tricia Goyer
"Daniel Lukens has two great loves: combat flying for the Army Air Corps and Libby Conners, a female pilot he met while stationed in Hawaii. Libby is a flight instructor, and their budding romance is put to the test when Dan is transferred to the Philippines.
Mere months after their parting, Pearl Harbor is bombed by the Japanese. Eight hours later, Clark Field on the Philippines is also bombed, propelling the Americans into the war and forcing the U.S. military forces on the island to fight with limited food, weapons, and supplies. Dan and the other soldiers bravely fight, only to find themselves prisoners of the Japanese."
~ Tricia Goyer
"Night Song is inspired by the orchestra started by prisoners in Hitler's Mauthausen death camp.
Around this orchestra, four lives intertwine: a beautiful member of the Austrian resistance, the American GI who loves her, a young prisoner who fakes his way into the group in a desperate attempt to stay alive, and a Nazi officer who will stop at nothing to obtain the priceless violin he desires."
<i>From Dust and Ashes</i>
~ Tricia Goyer
"Amidst the dark horror of 1945 Austria, a cowardly SS officer abandons his wife Helene as U.S. forces advance on Nazi death camps. Alone and guilt-ridden, Helene begins helping the holocaust survivors---and experiences her own liberation from spiritual bondage. But when she meets Peter, an American soldier who helped free the town's concentration camp, will old shame overcome the promise of new hope and forgiveness?"
<i>Trial by Fire</i>
~ Frank Simon
("Since the time they met as teenagers, Erich von Arendt has loved Johanna Kammler. She, however, loves another man. When her father forces her to marry Erich to make a bond between the two powerful German families, Johanna sees no choice but to agree. World events, however, soon overtake these concerns. As Hitler rises to power, Erich's father embraces the ideas of the new regime with enthusiasm, but the devoutly Christian Erich sees the evil at work in Germany. Although the heart of this uplifting and powerful book is a romance story, the true power of Simon's (Walls of Terror, LJ 9/1/97) writing comes through in his depiction of Erich, a flawed yet noble man fighting to do what he believes is right"
~ Jack Cavanaugh
(American nurse is captured/taken prisoner by a German soldier)
<u>Secret of the Rose</u>:
Escape to Freedom
Dawn of Liberty</i>
~ series by Michael Phillips
"From the Back Cover:
Baron von Dortmann cares for his family with the same passion and devotion with which he tends the roses in his beloved garden. He brings his beautiful daughter, Sabina, to the garden and through his stories, teaches her his wonderful life lessons about God, creation, and love. Already she has caught the eye of the young American, Matthew, and their neighborsâ€™ son, Gustav.
Amid the placid rhythms of his life, the baron looks over his estate with both a fatherâ€™s and a gardenerâ€™s eyes.
Unfortunately, he is not the only one watching. . . .
Suddenly a storm sweeps over neighboring Polandâ€”the thunder and lightening of the German blitzkriegâ€”and it will change the Dortmannâ€™s life forever.
The baron will be left with a most difficult decision.
Sabina will be left with the secret of the rose."
There is one thing worse than a loveless marriage. A marriage in which there is love, but on one side only.
(Sir Robert Chiltern, Oscar Wilde, An Ideal Husband)