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A Call to Honor by Gilbert Morris
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I like that Ben starts out as poor, but honest boy who gives his employer more than an honest days work and that he ends up a solid Christian war hero who recognizes the girl who was always right in front of him is a better choice than the rich beauty he'd craved as a high schooler.

I didn't like the depths of depravity that came in between those two high points. ( )
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Ben Logan was filled with impossible dreams of success and far-off adventure. Always one of the "have-nots" in the small town of Liberty, Georgia, he was alternately tolerated and rejected by those that called him "poor white trash" and ridiculed his father, an often drunk pulpwood cutter. Part of Ben's dream comes true when the daughter of the richest man in town invites him into her self-centered world. Ben is haunted by the memory of her kiss, the soft wetness of her lips against his neck, her fragrance, and blue eyes. But when Ben is forced to leave Liberty and join the Navy, everything changes! After December 7, 1941, Ben finds himself in Pearl Harbor, leaning into a gun mount on the deck of the USS Arizona. His life will never be the same!

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