Garden of Her Heart: Hearts of the War, #1 by Shanna HatfieldGarden of Her Heart: Hearts of the War, #1 by Shanna Hatfield

Garden of Her Heart: Hearts of the War, #1

byShanna Hatfield, Shanna Hatfield

Paperback | December 7, 2016

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Can forbidden love blossom

**    amid the constraints of war?**

A sweet World War II romance from USA Today Bestselling Author Shanna Hatfield

The moment the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor, life shifted for Miko Nishimura. Desperate to reach the Portland Assembly Center for Japanese Americans, she's kicked off the bus miles from town. Every tick of the clock pushes her closer to becoming a fugitive in the land of her birth. Exhausted, she stumbles to her grandparents' abandoned farm only to find a dying soldier sprawled across the step. Unable to leave him, she forsakes all else to keep him alive.

After crashing his plane in the Battle of the Atlantic, the doctors condemn Captain Rock Laroux to die. Determined to meet his maker beneath a blue sky at his family home, he sneaks out of the hospital. Weary and half out of his mind, he makes it as far as a produce stand he remembers from his youth. Rather than surrender to death, Rock fights a battle of the heart as he falls in love with the beautiful Japanese woman who saves his life.

A poignant, sweet romance, Garden of Her Heart proves love can bloom in unlikely places even under the most challenging circumstances.

Winner of the RT Review Source Award, and a RONE Finalist.

Title:Garden of Her Heart: Hearts of the War, #1Format:PaperbackDimensions:304 pages, 8 × 5 × 0.68 inPublished:December 7, 2016Publisher:Shanna HatfieldLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0998098809

ISBN - 13:9780998098807

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"Shanna Hatfield's Garden of Her Heart is a warm and moving WWII story of a love hoping to bridge two cultures in a time of turmoil. Strong characters, historical authenticity, and unique twists of fate blend with details of American Japanese life near Portland Oregon and a wounded soldier's love. It both informs and inspires. Readers will remember this unique romance that blooms in the garden of the spirit and the heart." -- Jane Kirkpatrick, NYT Bestselling Author and Award-winning author of This Road We Traveled