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Giveaway at Loraine Nunley's website: Hearts That Survive by Yvonne Lehman #BookGiveaway

This week’s book giveaway is for Hearts That Survive by Yvonne Lehman.

Synopsis from the back of the book:

Lydia Beaumont and her new friend Caroline Chadwick plan Lydia’s wedding aboard the “grandest ship ever built.” Yet their lives take a tragic turn when the “unsinkable” Titanic goes down.

This epic tale of faith and perseverance follows their lives and the lives of their descendants as they struggle with all that was lost on that fateful night and what the future holds for those brave enough to face it.

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

Yvonne Lehman, amazon profile


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: Name a real life historical event that you enjoyed reading a fictional account of.

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20 thoughts on “Book Giveaway: Hearts That Survive by Yvonne Lehman

  1. I enjoyed reading about the immigrants coming to Ellis Island and finding work in the garment industry and the fires that killed so many. Interesting piece of history.

  2. I read anything on the Civil War and find it very memorable. So much went on and so many lives where lost and destroyed by this war. Very memorable indeed.

    1. That’s a tough time in history when you think about families and friends fighting against each other. Thanks for commenting Debbie. Good luck!

  3. I am a huge historical fiction fan. I have aread a lot of stories that took place during the Civil War, as well as WWII. I also enjoy historical westerns, among many other historical books.

    1. I think I’ve learned more about history through my fiction reading than my school reading Sydney. 🙂 Thanks for sharing. Good luck!

  4. Started loving all books pertaining to the Titanic ,the first book I fell in love with was by Danielle Steel
    called No Greater Love .And that book still in my thoughts to this day.If you haven’t read it you should try it.would love to win this book.Thank you for the Giveaway.

    1. You know Elma, I believe I have read Danielle Steel’s No Greater Love. It was a very long time ago, but she is an author that draws you into the story. Thanks for sharing. Good luck!

  5. I’ve read some good historical fiction recently. One series I am enjoying is Karen Barnett’s Golden Gate Chronicles, which is about the San Francisco earthquake of 1906. I’ve read the first 2 books, Out of the Ruins and Beyond the Ashes. Last month I read an amazing Biblical fiction book that was set at the time of Christ’s crucifixion, The Thief by Stephanie Landsem. I’m working on Michael Phillips’s wonderful series, Secrets of the Rose, which is set prior to and then after WWII. I finished the second book last month. It concerns the Cold War in the 1960’s, just prior to and after the Berlin Wall went up. All these books are worthwhile reads.

    1. Wow Kay – you are really spanning history! 😮 That’s great. I have one of Karen’s books on my bookshelf that I need to get to. Thanks for sharing and good luck!

  6. I enjoy reading about the Antebellum and Civil War era. It was such a different era, the beauty of the great south and the horrors of the Civil War.

  7. I enjoy reading about Israel’s history. I loved Lynn Austin’s THE STRENGTH OF HIS HAND.

    1. Oh, that one was from Lynn’s books about King Hezekiah, right? I read that series a long time ago, but I remember being really impressed by it. Thanks for sharing Caryl. Good luck 🙂

  8. Tough question for me. That depends which day of the week it is. 🙂
    I’m going with Revolutionary War era today.

    1. LOL Amy – Isn’t it great that there are so many books written for different times in history? You can just pick one to match your mood! Welcome and thanks for commenting. Good luck 🙂

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