My Book Pledge Featured Read: Daughter of the Reich

Happy Monday Savvy Readers! I hope you had a restful and relaxing weekend, because the new week is upon us and so is this week’s Featured Read: Daughter of the Reich by Louise Fein! A spellbinding story of impossible love, set against the backdrop of the Nazi regime, this is a page-turner filled with vivid characters you won’t want to put down!

As the daughter of a high-ranking Nazi officer, Hetty Heinrich is keen to play her part in the glorious new Thousand Year Reich. But she never imagines that all she believes and knows about her world will come into conflict when she encounters Walter, a friend from the past, who stirs dangerous feelings in her.


Confused and conflicted, Hetty doesn’t know whom she can trust and where she can turn to, especially when she discovers that someone has been watching her…


Realizing she is taking a huge risk—but unable to resist the attraction she has for Walter—she embarks on a secret love affair with him. Together, they dream about when the war will be over and plan for their future. But as the rising tide of anti-Semitism threatens to engulf them, Hetty and Walter will be forced to take extreme measures.


Will the steady march of dark forces destroy Hetty’s universe—or can love ultimately triumph…? Propulsive, deeply affecting, and inspired by the author’s family history, Daughter of the Reich presents readers with a spell-binding and a meticulously researched portrait of Nazi Germany. A riveting story of passion, courage and morality, Louise Fein introduces a bold young woman determined to tread the treacherous path of survival and freedom, showing readers the strength in the power of love and reminding us that the past must never be forgotten.

Don’t forget to add Daughter of the Reich to your My Book Pledge shelf and tell me in the comments below or tweet us @SavvyReader if you’re adding this one to your TBR!

Happy reading,

One thought on “My Book Pledge Featured Read: Daughter of the Reich

  1. Excellent read! Extremely well written, I was lost in Hetty’s world from page one. Sadly my country is repeating this atrocity in a different way. A must read!!!

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