For Such a Time

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Elyse Larson skillfully combines inspiration, romance and suspense in the first novel of the Women of Valor series. Cousins, living across continents, join lives when World War II calls them to action. The novel opens with the Nazi capture of Giselle and Claude Munier, French Resistance leaders. The Resistance rescues Giselle and relocates her to a safe house in France, but the Nazis are not likely to let Giselle disappear without a trace. Jean Thornton, Giselle’s cousin and an American Red Cross worker, volunteers to lead Giselle’s rescue. While Jean trains for the mission, she works through her past and the loss of her younger brother, Jimmy.

For Such a Time is a wonderful example of successful inspirational fiction. It will take the reader back to an important time in history with a message for all.

 

 

 

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