Item description for Remember Me (Pieces of Silver Series #2) by Maureen Lang...
Overview Josef von Woerner is a wanted man, only he doesn't know it. Raised to love Germany above everything else, Josef once had few qualms about taking any action necessary to deprive the Allies of essential armaments. In this dramatic sequel to Pieces of Silver, again set during World War I, Josef falls in love with one of the most patriotic women in America,who would surely have nothing to do with him if she knew his past.
Publishers Description Josef von Woerner is a wanted man--only he doesn't know it. Raised to love Germany above everything else, Josef once had few qualms about taking any action necessary to deprive the Allies of essential armaments. In this dramatic sequel to "Pieces of Silver," again set during World War I, Josef falls in love with one of the most patriotic women in America--who would surely have nothing to do with him if she knew his past. Guaranteed fiction
Citations And Professional Reviews Remember Me (Pieces of Silver Series #2) by Maureen Lang has been reviewed by professional book reviewers and journalists at the following establishments -
Romantic Times - 03/01/2007 page 68
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Studio: Kregel Publications
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.94" Width: 6.1" Height: 0.91" Weight: 0.89 lbs.
Release Date Mar 1, 2007
Publisher Kregel Publications
ISBN 0825436729 ISBN13 9780825436727
Availability 0 units.
More About Maureen Lang
Maureen Lang is the author of ten Christian Inspirational novels and three novellas that celebrate a mix of God's love, history and romance. Early writing distinctions include RWA's Golden Heart Award then ACFW's Genesis, followed by published works winning RWA's Inspirational Readers Choice Contest, a HOLT Medallion and the Selah Award. She's also been a finalist for the Rita, Christy and Carol Awards. A wife and mother of three, she is the primary caregiver to her adult son with Fragile X Syndrome and lives in the Chicago area. Maureen can be found online at her Website, on Goodreads or Facebook and participates in a group blog at Christians Read.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Remember Me (Pieces of Silver Series #2)?
Riveting Mar 29, 2007
We meet Josef von Woerner in Pieces of Silver, where we learn of his love for Germany, the fatherland. In Remember Me, Josef wakes up injured and not knowing who he is. He is being cared for by a stranger named, Hank and falls in love with a beautiful, very patriotic nurse, Lissa Parker.
As their love grows, Josef enters the first World War, fighting on the side of United States and the allies. The stress and trauma of being captured brings back his memory. His newly accepted faith spurs him to do the right thing, even if coming forward about all the things he had done to try and prevent America from entering into the war, causes him the love of Lissa.
Remember Me is a story of God's redemption, the power of love, and one man's undying desire to follow God's will. I found this book very hard to put down, wondering what would happen to Josef next. The love story is pure and powerful. I am eagerly awaiting Maureen Lang's next book. - author
Remember Me: A Novel Mar 26, 2007
In light of the war in Iraq this is a must read book. Whether you are pro-war, anti-war or just not sure this is truly the book to read. It is a sweet romance set against the back drop of WWI. Ms. Lang does a wonderful job writing a novel that stands alone or in the series. Try it, you'll like it.
very very very good book Mar 21, 2007
This book was better than the pre-quel (Pieces of Silver). It was very good. The book gets better as you get into it. It discusses the issues of "should we be blindly loyal to our Country?", "Do some countries deserve more loyalty than others?", "Does following God take precedence over loyalty to country, or vise-versa?". I learned alot about what the civilians went through, in France, during the Great War.