Cathy Gohlke’s latest novel, Until We Find Home, is set in England’s lush and storied Lake District in the early days of World War II. To celebrate the setting, and the release of this novel, we’re giving away an English tea set!
Here’s how to enter:
- Fill out the Gleam form below.
Earn Extra Entries by doing the following:
- Follow the directions to follow Cathy’s Facebook and Pinterest pages.
- Add Until We Find Home to your Goodreads shelf.
- Add Until We Find Home to the Best WWII Historical Fiction and Most Anticipated Christian Fiction 2018 lists on Good reads.
- Visit Cathy’s website
We’ll choose one winner on 1/31/2018.
English Tea Set Giveaway
More about Until We Find Home:
For American Claire Stewart, joining the French Resistance sounded as romantic as the storylines she hopes will one day grace the novels she wants to write. But when she finds herself stranded on English shores, with five French Jewish children she smuggled across the channel before Nazis stormed Paris, reality feels more akin to fear.
With nowhere to go, Claire throws herself on the mercy of an estranged aunt, begging Lady Miranda Langford to take the children into her magnificent estate. Heavily weighted with grief of her own, Miranda reluctantly agrees . . . if Claire will stay to help. Though desperate to return to France and the man she loves, Claire has few options. But her tumultuous upbringing—spent in the refuge of novels with fictional friends—has ill-prepared her for the daily dramas of raising children, or for the way David Campbell, a fellow American boarder, challenges her notions of love. Nor could she foresee how the tentacles of war will invade their quiet haven, threatening all who have come to call Bluebell Wood home and risking the only family she’s ever known.
Set in England’s lush and storied Lake District in the early days of World War II, and featuring cameos from beloved literary icons Beatrix Potter and C. S. Lewis, Until We Find Home is an unforgettable portrait of life on the British home front, challenging us to remember that bravery and family come in many forms.
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