The Line That Divides

 With boundaries clearly drawn by the horror of World War II, romance is the furthest thing from Marianne Leichtner’s mind. But the crash of an American B-17 bomber in the hills behind her family’s Austrian home changes everything.

Shortly after the accident, Marianne discovers two of the plane’s surviving crewmen in the barn. Deciding to aid Charlie and Sam thrusts her into a world of danger, secrets, and unexpected feelings. Soon the Nazis arrive, bringing an unwelcome surprise from the past. Marianne helps the airmen escape, but assumes the worst when she learns two Americans were killed trying to reach the border.

As she pieces together her broken heart, Marianne decides the only way she can defy the Nazis is to join the Austrian resistance. To cross that line means choosing sides and the consequences that might come. Because of Charlie, she is willing to take the chance.

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Reviews

I enjoy WWII stories and this has it all! Excitement, romance and intrigue. I felt like I was right there through the whole book. Would definitely recommend! – JacksGrams

What an AMAZING book! So well written you will feel as if you are immersed in the time and place; the emotions reeling you along.Such a GREAT read! LOVED. LOVED. LOVED. IT! – Shauna Wheelwright

Melanie Mason’s descriptions and narrative style made the plot easy to follow. Wonderful debut from a shining new author! – LWalker

This is not the type of book I usually read, so I was pleasantly surprised to realize how much I did not want to put it down. – Jillian Torassa

I read this book by accident and I’m soo glad. I couldn’t put it down. A lot of suspense and danger. I loved the heroine. I truly believe that there were several brave young people who had to grow up in a hurry. I hope everyone gets a chance to read this book. I will be looking for more of her books. – DeAnn Kachelmeier

I enjoyed this book and found the settings and characters believable. The main character faces fear and insecurity with courage, which is much more inspiring than watching a brave person act courageously. If Marianne can do it, I can, too. The setting of WWII provides a backdrop of intrigue and high stakes. – Terry Deighton