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The war in Europe during WWII is well known for Nazi SS soldiers, Hitler, American soldiers, different battles, and of course the Holocaust. Most people don't think of individual lives, thoughts, or relationships during such a chaotic time. The tendency to hate one’s enemy or race, soldier or individual was a growing trend throughout the world. What if you did not hate your "supposed" enemy, but rather you were madly in love with them? Come share a thrilling, suspenseful, and heartfelt tale of a French nurse and a German engineer as they fall in love with one another right before WWII broke out. Francine and Hans adore one another deeply. Francine is a very expressive, outspoken, and independent young woman, and has captured the interest and heart of Hans. When the war starts, everything they felt for each other is forced to end as they must go their separate ways. Will their love survive the pain, suffering, and horrible events the war would lead them to experience? Will they still love each other when they meet again one day in the most unexpected place?
A Light in the Darkness: During WWII, a French Nurse and a German man Fight for Love Beyond Borders by Regina Santos is an incredibly suspenseful romance and adventure novel. Readers will experience the many emotions young love can endure, the horrific events of the war, and the extreme prejudice in and amongst it all. The author writes the story plot and characters with such impeccable skill and talent that it is as if the reader is experiencing the happenings themselves. A reader can gain historical knowledge, feel emotional connections, and learn of the importance of hope and faith during a struggle from this book.