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Tuesday, 13 May 2014


Thanks for your prayers and kindnesses -
My cousin has passed away on Monday -
lost to early alzheimers at sixty now gone six years later
Many decisions plus paperwork must be completed ~
{Thanks for understanding variations in FHC posting}


Teaser Tuesdays at MizB 's from shouldbereading

Anyone can play along
• Grab your current read  Open to a random page• Share 2 “teaser” sentences from somewhere on that page• BE CAREFUL NOT TO INCLUDE SPOILERS! (make sure that what you share doesn’t give too much away! You don’t want to ruin the book for others!)• Share the title + author, too, so that other TT participants can add the book to their TBR Lists if they like your teasers!


Here's Mine ~

"Five cars left. Now four. Now three.
Should he? Shouldn't he?
The second to the last carriage.
With all he had in him, he leaped for the handrail."
~ from Daisies are Forever by Liz Tolsma
Gisela Cramer is an American living in eastern Germany with her cousin Ella Reinhardt. When the Red Army invades, they must leave their home to escape to safety in Berlin.
However, Ella is a nurse and refuses to leave, sending her young daughters with Gisela. During their journey, Gisela meets Mitch Edwards, an escaped British POW. She pretends she is his wife in order to preserve his safety among other Germans, especially one wounded German soldier, Kurt, who has suspicions about Mitch’s identity. Kurt also has feelings for Gisela and tries to uncover the truth about her “marriage.”
Their journey to Gisela’s mother in Berlin is riddled with tragedy and hardship, but they strive to keep Ella's daughters safe so they can reunite with their mother. During the journey Gisela and Mitch begin to develop feelings for one another beyond friendship. They reach Berlin, but their struggles are far from over. Gisela and Mitch must learn to live for the day and find hope in the darkest of circumstances.
In this moving, historically accurate portrayal of WWII Germany, the characters learn that, even with destruction all around them, some things last forever.
Thanks for checking out today's Teaser Tuesday -
I appreciate your company !
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PD Workman said...

My excerpt this week from a middle grader book "Benny and the Bank Robber"

Sort of a Christian mystery/adventure for kids!

Lisa-Marie Jordan said...

Great teaser! Sounds like a bit of an adventure! Sorry to hear about your cousin - God bless you and your family!

Kimberly @ Turning the Pages said...

My condolences on the loss of your cousin, prayers are headed your way.

I love your teaser this week, and I'm determined to get my hands on this one sometime.
Here's my Teaser Tuesday
-Kimberly @ Turning the Pages

fredamans said...

My deepest condolences.

iris said...

toutes mes plus sincéres
j'ai fait un billet sur mon autre blog
sur " Florence Nightingale "
à bientôt
edith (iris) France

Anonymous said...

I am so sorry about your cousin.

xoxo, Lisa

Tea norman said...

Very sorry to hear about your cousin's death.

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