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A historical romance from award-winning and best-selling author Jody Hedlund.

Recently widowed Annalisa Werner has the feeling her husband was murdered but can't prove it. Alone with her young daughter in 1881 Michigan, she has six months left to finish raising the money needed to pay back the land contract her husband purchased, and the land is difficult to toil by herself. She needs a husband. With unmarried men scarce, her father sends a letter to his brother in the Old Country, asking him to find Annalisa a groom. For nobleman Carl von Reichart, the blade of the guillotine is his fate. He's been accused and convicted of a serious crime he didn't commit, and his only escape is to flee to a small German community in Michigan where he'll be safe. He secures a job on Annalisa's farm but bumbles through learning about farming and manual labor. Annalisa senses that Carl is harboring a secret about his past, yet she finds herself drawn to him anyway. He's gentle, kind, and romantic - unlike any of the men she's ever known. He begins to restore her faith in the ability to love - but her true groom is still on his way. And time is running out on them all.

©2013 Jody Hedlund (P)2016 Jody Hedlund

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Mary, your German is a disaster!!

The story is good and I usually love Mary's voice. BUT!!! The story deals with a family of German heritage. Hence mom and dad are referred to as "Vater" and "Mutter" throughout and many other German words are mentioned.
Mary mispronounces them all. The worst is "Vater", since it occurs in every fifth sentence. Could she not have asked a native speaker how to say this word? As a bilingual person I simply cannot listen to this for the entire book.
Totally unprofessional!!!