The Night I Danced with Rommel is about the life of a young German woman, Hilde,
who survived World War II. The author brings to life the time period, accurately
describing the events, which shaped Hilde's life. The reader is drawn into a
war-torn country where civilians are not privy to the truth of Hitler's regime,
where speculation and fear dominate daily life. Hilde's courage is evident as
she tries to maintain a degree of normalcy with her young children while her
husband is deployed, which is severely tested during the bombing raids. The
gamut of emotions is evident, no matter the nationality of the political arena.
A great read and highly recommended.