It’s 1936, and the last thing eighteen-year-old Wilhelmina “Willa” MacCarthy wants is to be a nun. Each day she sneaks away to help in a medical clinic in San Francisco’s Richmond District. Keeping secrets from her family only becomes more complicated when Willa agrees to help at a field hospital near the new bridge being built over the Golden Gate. Willa thinks she can handle her new chaotic life, but as she draws closer to a dashing young ironworker and risks grow at the bridge, she discovers that hiding from what she truly wants may be her biggest lie of all.
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