By Dorothy Garlock
The story unfolds as Sophie Heller heard someone yelling FIRE! FIRE! She awoke from her dream and started looking for her family. They were outside as the barn was burning.
The family had immigrated to America from Germany trying to escape the Nazis before Hiltler took over Germany before World War 2.
As the family all gets outside they are trying to find out what started the fire and three hooded men came around the house and said they were going to run the Nazis from their town. Some fighting took place and the barn burn to the ground.
Sophie worked at the newspaper in Victory, Illinois and her father was a farmer.
Cole Ambrose came back to town to become the math teacher in the local high school, as he had been gone for fifteen years. He had been a cripple all his life, but he met Sophie in the store and thought she was so pretty. He became determined to help the family find out who burned their barn.
There are fights, love and everything in between in this story. There is some explicated sex and some words that offended me but I read the book, as it really is a great story.
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