Thursday, July 10, 2014

For Such A Time

A red wig, a stern German officer, bitter cold. Where is Hadassah Benjamin? And just how did she escape that firing squad? It's 1944 and Hitlers powers still weigh heavily on seemingly every living thing. Hadassah has been spared, but why? Can she make even the smallest change in the fate of her fellow Jews? And what's more, can she keep herself from falling for the German officer who rescued her? Fighting to save her people, the urge to run from her feelings and a desperate attempt to save her life yet again, Hadassah must now trust The Lord will come through for her even when it's against all odds! I did enjoy this book. I didn't find the stilted and cheesy writing I unfortunately come across in a lot Christian fiction. I found the story to be very engaging and exciting. I read through it very fast, waiting to see what would happen. I was only disappointed when I found this was the authors first novel , as I want to read more. I'd definitely recommend this. I received this book free from the publishers in exchange for an honest review.

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