Daisies Are Forever By Liz Tolsma

Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Gisela Cramer must leave one cold winter night when the enemy once again comes to close to where she is living. But when her cousin Ella and Grandfather can not go, Ella begs Gisela to take her two young daughters with her.
But the way to Berlin, where her Mother lives, is harder then she may have ever planned. But along the way she meets Mitch Edwards, an escaped British POW who may be in even more trouble. In order to save him she tells the other German refugees he is her husband. 
But with trying to protect Ella's little girls, and new people joining their group who may find out the truth about Mitch, getting to anywhere that is safer is going to be hard.
I believe this is the first book I have ever read by Liz Tolsma and I really enjoyed it. The book was really well done and the people and places where they went where very well decribed. And the things the characters learned along the way were really good. But because it did take place during WWII there were some hard things happening that Gisela seen or heard. But Liz Tolsma does a wonderful job writing and if you like books that are around the time of WWII you should definitely check this one out!
 I received this book free from the publisher, Thomas Nelson, through the BookLook Bloggers book review program. The opinions are my own.
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