Hope at Dawn by Stacy Henrie {Written by Emilee}

I’m excited to share with you another wonderful book called,

Hope at Dawn

by Stacy Henrie

As some of you may know, I served a mission in the Detroit, Michigan Mission years ago. Sister Scott (Stacy Henrie) also served in the same mission but I never got to be companions with her. However, I did go on a few splits with her. She was a remarkable missionary and I look up to her. I was excited to find out about her first book, Lady Outlaw (which I haven’t read yet). This year, Hope at Dawn was published so I asked Stacy if I could review it and she said, “YES.”

About:

Of Love & War Series
Grand Central Publishing

Hope at Dawn by Stacy Henrie

Hope at Dawn: Book 1

(Now Available!):
With her brothers away fighting the Great War overseas, Livy Campbell
desperately wants to help her family. Her chance comes when she meets a
handsome stranger who lands her a job as a teacher in a place far from
her parents’ farm. But the war casts a long shadow over the
German-American town that Livy now calls home-and the darkness will test
everything she thought she knew about family and love . . .

More than anything, Friedrick Wagner
wants to be part of his adopted country’s struggle for peace. But when
the bitter animosity between Germans and Americans soon turns citizens
against newcomers, friend against friend, he will do whatever it takes
to protect Livy from the hysteria that grips their town. As tragedy-and
dark secrets from the past-threaten their future, Friedrick and Livy
have one chance to stand up for what’s right . . . and one chance to
fight for their love

 

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About the author:

 

Stacy Henrie has always had an avid appetite for history, fiction and
chocolate. She earned her B.A. in public relations from Brigham Young
University and worked in communications before turning her attentions to
raising a family and writing inspirational historical romances.

Wife of an entrepreneur husband and a
stay-at-home mom to three, Stacy loves the chance to live out history
through her fictional characters, while enjoying the modern conveniences
of life in the 21st century. In addition to author, she is a reader, a
road trip enthusiast and a novice interior decorator. She and her family
currently reside in Utah. 

Stacy is represented by Jessica Alvarez of Book Ends, LLC.

Be sure to check out her website {HERE} and her facebook is {HERE}.

In my opinion:

Well, it didn’t surprise me that I enjoyed Hope at Dawn because I personally know the author. I was honored to receive an autographed book by Stacy. She wrote,
“Emilee, look on the heart.” The book was based on looking beyond the outside beauty and believing. A few things I liked about the book were the characters were real.  At first, it felt like a fairy tale when the two main characters met for the first time. But, then we met them and understood what they were going through. Livy and Fredrick had real life problems in the 1900’s. They quickly learned how to deal with their trials and challenges. I definitely related and know we can get through the challenges we face in today’s society. As long as we never stop believing…

I also liked how the story captured my attention right away. I could disappear for a few hours into Stacy’s story. I felt like I was one of the characters that helped Livy fight her battles.  I’m excited to read the next book in the Of Love and War Series. It is coming December 16th, 2014 so be sure to mark your calendar. I only wish that it had the same characters. However, I’m sure it will be amazing. I enjoyed reading Hope at Dawn and know that each of you will love it as well. 
 

Disclaimer: I received one or more of the products or services for
free in the hope that I would mention them on my blog. Regardless, I only
recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my
readers.

 

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  • Stacy Henrie
    Reply

    Thanks for reading and reviewing it, Emilee! Loved what you said about feeling like you were one of the characters.

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