Thursday, April 2, 2015

The Last Truth by Leann Harris

Betrayed by her fiancé to the Nazis, Linette Van Linder escapes the clutches of the Waffen SS and runs into American reporter, Michael St. James. Michael refuses to abandon the woman who just ran into his life and knows he can’t allow her to be arrested for standing for justice. The only way he is able to save her is marry her to get the exit visa. 

Their forced marriage becomes more than a simple means to an end, but two souls bound in the fires of war. Linette works as a spy for the British Army while Michael joins the American Army and becomes attached to Dwight D. Eisenhower. 

As Linette and Michael join the fight to win against the darkness that has settled across Europe, they struggle to come to grips with the people they’ve become. And wonder if their love will survive the struggle.


This book takes you back to a horrible time in our history and gives you a different view of it. At least it did for me. If you didn't grow up in that time or grow up over there, you may not fully understand just how things were. The main characters are passionate about doing their part to help those of are the victims of these horrible crimes against humanity. 

It was interesting to see how they made life choices based on the things going on around them instead of just for selfish reasons. I enjoyed getting to know the characters and follow their story. If you like adventure and danger you will enjoy this book. 


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