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Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Whisper On The Wind

Just what price would you be willing to pay for love? What price if the country you grew to love and call home was caught up in the middle of World War 1?

That's just what Isa Lassone does in the wonderful historical romance of Whispers On The Wind by Maureen Lang. The time is 1916 in Belguim and the Germans have occupied the country while in the midst of the war. They have taken to burning down existing buildings and looting what goods they can and shipping them off to Germany. They have burned all the buildings that Isa remembered growing up in Brussels, yet her home has miraculously survived. It's contents and servant staff have also been left untouched.

Isa's family had managed to escape just before the invasion taking her back to America, but deep within her heart she has always loved one and that one is now a man, Edward, who is worth risking her own personal safety to come back in the hopes of persuading him and his family to flee with her to safety. Only Edward isn't so willing to leave even if it means risking his mother and younger brother Jonah. Just what is prompting Edward to stay? Why does he stay gone at night? You'll have to check out the book and find out.

Author Bio: Maureen Lang is the winner of several writing awards, including the Romance Writers of America's Golden Heart award and the American Christian Fiction Writer's Noble Theme award. You can visit her website at

I received this book compliments of Tyndale House Publishers for my honest review of the book. I loved it and the risks that some people are willing to pay for the hope that love provides. I would easily rate this book a 4.5 out of 5 stars. If you love historical romantic fiction then this is the book for you.

For more information on this book, the author and where to purchase your own copy, click on the title of the book below. You can even read the first chapter there as well!


  1. Oh Kat Sweetie...
    What a wonderful share. This sounds like another wonderful book to read. What a privledge you have. Such an honor to read and write about them.

    You write the most truthful reviews, I love that most, because then I am able to know what it really is about, and just how good it really is.

    Thank you sweet friend for another wonderful review.

    Many hugs and much love, Sherry


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