Set in war-torn Europe of 1944, Journey to Freedom takes the reader inside the world of a young woman who becomes the victim of Hitler's Racial Laws. Juliet Nestor, daughter of an "Aryan" father and a Jewish mother, is classified a "Mischling" and no longer considered a German citizen. Deportation to a Labor Camp looms over her. Her search for a refuge takes her to rural Eastern Prussia and Poland. On her adventurous journey she falls in love with a young German officer. A bittersweet love story ensues. Two strong Polish women, Vera and Olga, along with Paulie, a vulnerable little boy, befriend Juliet and help her to overcome the tragic events she ultimately has to face. The turbulent last months of WWII take Juliet back to Germany. In a small Bavarian town she experiences the final days of Germany's brutal regime. Peace signifies a new and exciting beginning, but for Juliet Nestor there are still hurdles to overcome and deep emotional wounds to heal. Surprises unfold that will mesmerize the reader.