When the Heart Sings
by Liz Tolsma
Christian , Historical Fiction
Pub Date 09 Oct 2018
I am reviewing a copy of When the Heart Sings through Gilead Publishing and Netgalley:
Natia has a secret one she is keeping right under the nose of her captors.
It’s 1943 Poland and the Nazi’s have forced Natia and Teodor are forced into the labor camp. After Natia is separated from her husband Teodor, Natia is chosen to be the housekeeper of the Camps overseer while Teodor is sent to work in the factory. Despite the camps strict rules and the consequences they will face if caught disobeying them Natia finds a way to communicate with Teodor by singing songs as are passed Teodor’s dormitory.
The situation gets more intense after a Jewish baby is left on the overseers doorstep and Natia decides to take it in telling the overseer it was her sisters child. Natia is determined to take in this little boy and raise him as her own. But will she be able to keep the child’s identity safe or will her and Teodor end up paying the ultimate price?
I give When the Heart Sings five out of five stars!