Giveaway + TBT Book Spotlight: A Purpose True

Happy Thursday, Reader Friends!

Today we’re going to the historical genre for the Throwback Thursday Book Spotlight: A Purpose True. It was written by Gail Kittleson. Have you read it? If not, check out the info below regarding the giveaway.

About the Book

Though War Breeds Cruelty and Injustice, Grace Yet Prevails

Southern France – Spring, 1944

German panzer units crisscross the region, dealing ruthless reprisals against the French Resistance, and anyone suspected of supporting its efforts. Secret Operations Executive (SOE) agent Kate Isaacs is tasked with providing essential radio communications with the Allies, while her guide, Domingo Ibarra, a Basque shepherd-turned-Resistance fighter, dedicates himself to avenging the destruction of his home and family.

Thrown together by the vagaries of war, their shared mission, and common devotion to liberty, the last thing Kate and Domingo anticipate is the stirring of affection that threatens to blossom into love. But how can love survive in the midst of the enemy’s relentless cruelty toward innocent citizens?

Everything hinges on the success of the Allied Invasion – L’Invasion.

Links: Amazon, Goodreads


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About the Author

Gail taught college writing and ESL in Oregon and Iowa. Her novels celebrate American women’s contributions to World War II and she strives to honor those who sacrificed so much during that era. Her memoir highlights the power of friendship and encourages processing the past to fully embrace the present.

When Gail’s not steeped in World War II research, drafting scenes, or editing, she facilitates writing workshops and retreats in Iowa and Arizona, where winters find her enjoying the gorgeous Mogollon Rim Ponderosa forest. Favorites: grandchildren, exploring WWII sites with her husband, walking, reading, meeting new people, and hearing from readers who fall in love with her characters.

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