Giveaway at Loraine Nunley's website: Daisies are Forever by Liz Tolsma #BookGiveaway

Today’s book giveaway is for the inspirational historical fiction bookΒ Daisies are ForeverΒ by Liz Tolsma.

Synopsis from the back of the book:

The fall of the Third Reich is imminent. As the merciless Red Army advances from the East, the German people of Prussia await the worst.

Among them is twenty-year-old Gisela Cramer, an American living in Heiligenbeil with her cousin Ella and their ailing grandfather. When word arrives that the Russians will invade overnight, Ella urges Gisela to escape to Berlin — and take Ella’s two small daughters with her.

The journey is miserable and relentless. But when Gisela hears the British accent of a phony SS officer, she poses as his wife to keep him safe among the indignant German refugees. In the blink of an eye, Mitch Edwards and Gisela are Herr and Frau Josep Cramer.

Through their tragic and difficult journey, the fabricated couple strives to protect Ella’s daughters, hoping against hope for a reunion. But even as Gisela and Mitch develop feelings beyond the make-believe, the reality of war terrorizes their makeshift family.

With the world at its darkest, and the lives of two children at stake, the counterfeit couple finds in each other a source of faith, hope, and the love they need to survive.

Where can I learn more about this author and their books?

Liz Tolsma, author website


Giveaway

To enter the giveaway, just fill out the Rafflecopter form below. Open to readers with USA mailing addresses only. No purchase necessary. Void where prohibited by law. The winner will be notified via email and will have one week to respond back to me with their info. Good Luck and Thank You for stopping by!

The comment requirement for this giveaway is: Who do you know that has shown courage in the midst of overwhelming circumstances?

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32 thoughts on “Book Giveaway: Daisies are Forever by Liz Tolsma

  1. My Aunt who has for the last 4+ yrs has taken care of her son who was in a horrible wreck and will now be permanantly disabled and hardly able to move let alone talk or anything like that

  2. My great aunt & uncle were missionaries in Japan after WWII. Not a great place for an American during that time. Thank you for the giveaway opportunity.

  3. My husband’s coworker has shown amazing courage and faith. Her husband has been battling cancer and going through chemo and surgeries for over 4 years now and she still makes sure her two sons stay active in their activities and get quality time.

  4. I believe my Mother showed more courage having survived a ruptured brain aneurysm, a nasty case of vaginal cancer and then being diagnosed with Alzheimer. As tough as it was for us to go through it with her, I can only imagine how difficult it was on her. She earned her place in her heavenly home!

  5. My baby sis who fought a valiant battle with cancer and maintained a bright, sweet testimony until the day of her death. I never heard her complain. She was a true inspiration. Thank you for the giveaway. I have never read anything by this author, and it sounds like a great read.

    1. You’re welcome Evangeline. I’m sorry about your loss too. Thank you for sharing your sister’s courage with us. πŸ™‚

  6. My friend’s daughter was diagnosed with bone cancer when she was 11 years old. She had three more children and a husband at home and some how she managed to spend time at the hospital and still manage things at home. She made sure they spent the next two years making sure her daughter had a very happy life.

  7. My good friend who I mentored in Malaysia who lives in danger all the time. She is a Chinese Malaysian who is a Christian.

  8. My father in law who passed away April 1 this year, was my hero. He served in WWII with the US Navy. He was involved in the DDay invasion on Omaha Beach. So strong, so brave, so loved!

    1. That courage is so awesome Gail. I’m sorry for your loss. Thank you for sharing your father-in-law with us. πŸ™‚

  9. My gal friend from church has shown amazing courage in the midst of overwhelming circumstances. She underwent surgery and chemo for cancer recently & her faith has been strong to sustain her through it all! She still has a long road to go, but she’s my inspiration πŸ™‚

    Thank you for the giveaway chance Loraine!

  10. My twin sisters both passed away from different kinds of cancer within 3 months of each other. One had been battling it for almost 20 years and ended up being wheelchair bound. The other one had it for several years and had chemo every month for all that time, had to have her hip replaced, and several other surgeries before passing away. They faced it all with great courage and faith.

    1. Wow Winnie. I’m awed and sorry at the same time. Such a great loss. πŸ™ Thank you so much for sharing it with us.

  11. So many that know that are caregivers, battle physical/health related issues & some just everyday life. Yet, they all go on in spite of it looking to Jesus for their strength. They are all an inspiration to me.

  12. Friend has cancer in final stages, but has pushed himself to the limit. Just don’t want to give up.

  13. My husband – he was diagnosed with a rare liver disease with his only hope being a liver transplant. His faith was strong and even though he was extremely sick, he continued to go to work every day to provide for his family. After 2 to 2 1/2 years, he got his transplant and began the long recovery.

    1. That is definitely courage Donna. I am so glad that your husband was able to get his transplant. What a hero he is. Thanks for sharing that with us. πŸ™‚

  14. My friend Judy who has many health problems but just keeps barreling through it all. She even went to be with her friend who has worse health issues, to nurse her back through some difficult situations. She is so sunny through the whole thing.

  15. Another friend who stood by her son while he waited for a kidney and during that time had to deal with her husband’sbad health and then he died while she was at church. A brush fire overtook him, but they think he may have collapsed first. Such a hard thing for her to go through. Also lost a dog, her companion through it all. Good news her son’s transplant was a success!

    1. Oh my goodness. What great courage that takes to walk through those kinds of trials. Thank you for sharing that Paula. πŸ™‚

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