Summary

All her life, Hannah Sterling longed for a close relationship with her estranged mother. Following Lieselotte's death, Hannah determines to unlock the secrets of her mother's mysterious past and is shocked to discover a grandfather living in Germany. Thirty years earlier, Lieselotte's father is quickly ascending the ranks of the Nazi party, and a proper marriage for his daughter could help advance his career.
Lieselotte is in love - but her beloved Lukas is far from an ideal match, as he secretly works against the Reich. Yet Lieselotte never imagined how far her father would go to ensure her cooperation. Both Hannah's and Lieselotte's stories unfold as Hannah travels to Germany to meet her grandfather, who is hiding wartime secrets of his own.
Longing for connection yet shaken by all she uncovers, Hannah must decide if she can atone for her family's tragic past and how their legacy will shape her future.
©2015 Cathy Gohlke (P)2015 Recorded Books
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4 out of 5 stars
By M. Ryder on 06-07-17

What happened the last 28 minutes???

Really loved this audiobook, that is, until the very last chapter when the author got super preachy, and started talking about the power of God and forgiveness. WHY? It certainly did not add anything to the story. Up to the end, I was so into listening, and saw this story as a unique perspective on World War I. As for the telling of it, both performers did a phenomenal job of bringing their characters to life. Would probably recommend, but would also forewarn listeners about the author suddenly throwing in the religious aspect.

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By shmck28 on 28-02-16

Couldn't put it down

My duties at work and home were "placed on the back burner" while I finished this story. I would recommend it highly.

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