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Title: Fracture

Author: Elyse Hoffman

Published: 18th of October 2022

Format: Digital — 154 pages

Hello Hello! How are you?

Today I’m thrilled to be bringing you my spotlight for Fracture by Elyse Hoffman, currently on #BlogTour with Dave and the team at @The_WriteReads.

I was really intrigued by the sound of this book when I got the email about it and had already loved one of the author’s previous books. However, I’ve been run off my feet and a bit unwell lately, so unable to read anything at all!! I’ll hopefully be able to dive into this book soon, especially since it’s quite short. So keep an eye on my blog for the review soon!

Thank you as always to Dave for letting me take part in this tour, and thank you to the author for providing me with a free copy of this book, in exchange for an honest review (coming soon!).


A heart-wrenching WW2 story of forbidden love and torn allegiances.

Franz Keidel is a monsterous SS soldier: loyal, hateful, and devoted to Hitler. With a cold heart, he hunts down his Führer’s enemies, but one fateful mission will fracture his shield of ice.

While hunting for Jews, Franz stumbles across a familiar face: Amos Auman, his childhood friend. Amos is the only source of joy in Franz’s life, but he is also a Jew. Unable to bring himself to kill his friend, Franz vows to protect Amos from his fellow Nazis.

As Franz spends more time with Amos, bringing him food and books, he falls in love with his kind-hearted friend. How could he fall in love with a man, a Jew? How can he continue to hate Jews when a Jew has thawed his icy heart?

And what will Franz do if he has to choose between Amos and his loyalty to Hitler? What choices does he have when he is already beyond redemption?


Elyse Hoffman is an award-winning author who strives to tell historical tales with new twists.

She loves to meld WWII and Jewish history with fantasy, folklore, and the paranormal. She has written six works of Holocaust historical fiction: The Barracks of the Holocaust five-book series and The Book of Uriel.

Elyse’s books are the way to go if you love history and want to read some unique stories.

Elyse’s LinksWebsite – Amazon – Facebook – Twitter – BookBub – Goodreads

That’s all for now, I hope you enjoyed reading this post.

See you soon, stay safe,

Ellie xx

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