Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Free read by Patty Froese

Another Desert Breeze Publishing Free Read, just in time for Christmas!

Wait for Me, by Patty Froese

Historical 20th Century
Eunice is considered an old maid at the age of 26, but more than fate has kept her single. She's in love with one of her father's employees, a common laborer. Not only is Freddy beneath her socially, but he's half-black, something unforgiveable in her father's eyes.

As WWII echoes like thunder in the distance, the pressures pushing them apart seem overwhelming. Is love enough to conquer society and family prejudice?

To download this book, please follow this link.
My review:

When I downloaded Wait for Me, I thought, "No way even Patty Froese will make me care for people in... what is this... seven pages of text." I was wrong. After reading maybe ten sentences, I was both hooked and very happy not to be living in America in this period of time. Froese paints a strong portrait of two people desperate and in love. It's well worth reading, and the ending will make you want to know more.

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