Tuesday, September 25, 2012

The Day the Flowers Died: Kindle Book of the Day 9/25

A very interesting historical romance from prolific author Ami Blackwelder, The Day the Flowers Died boldly demonstrates how love exists even when war has ravaged the globe. Set during WWII, this story of two lovers fighting against all odds to be together is touching and poignant. This will definitely show you a side of that time period you haven't seen before.

Name: The Day the Flowers Died
Rating: 4.0 stars over 23 reviews
Price: 3.99
Description: Inspired by a dream, the emotional story demanded to be written...with late night War World II research, a saturation of old Germany footage from youtube, including footage on the President, Hitler, and old German and swing music, this novel was finally born.

A historical fiction set in Munich, Germany in the early 1930’s before the outbreak of War World II. Eli Levin and Rebecca Baum fall passionately in love and while their differences should have separated them, they instead forged a passionate bond that would change their lives forever.

Reviews: "A very thoughtful novel and an amazing love story. One of the better with historical accuracy and a great romance...not too cliche or erotic like many historical novels.

Eli and Rebecca are perfect and well developed and I am so touched by their story. Th ending is sad, but perfect for this time period and genuineness.

Great educator for schools and students of 1930's in Germany."

Get your copy of The Day the Flowers Died now!

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