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1930 Munich. Two Lovers. Different Worlds. A Crumbling Country
Book Taste Review: Ami Blackwelder paints her words in this gently narrated historical romance set in Munich, Germany early 1930. The scenes recreate pre-war Germany... More
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A historical fiction set in Munich, Germany in the early 1930’s before the outbreak of War World II. Eli Levin and Rebecca Baum fall passionately in love and while their differences should have separated them, they instead forged a passionate bond that would change their lives forever.
"With painstaking attention paid to creating the work of fiction around historical reality…Dates and events were historically accurate, using real events as the framework for the story. It was a love story, heart wrenching at times, full of all of the angst, fear and uncertainty of the time… Rebecca and Eli were the symbols of the good that still existed during that horrible time in history. They were very well-developed and very accurate for the time period of the novel….What I liked most about the book was the historical accuracy. It wasn't a fluffy take on the time period, but full of the anger, fear and unrest that existed.
" - Kim @Goodreads
"Ami has enormous talent and she delivers a love story that is not only profound, but engaging. I couldn't put the book down and I am a very busy person with almost no time to read...I almost wished I had gotten the audio version." -Jeffrey Andrews CEO
"Overall, I enjoyed this book quite a bit. It is refreshing for a love story to have real world problems instead of some random vampire-themed issues." -Erin @Goodreads
"it was truly a gift. A gift of a great love story…..Full of romance and love. The trials and tribulations of this couple is truly a remarkable story. It is well written and the description of places and things make the story truly real." -Read for Your Future
"Ami Blackwelder recounts the issues of this couple in a poignant, thought-provoking manner. The story has a slow pace which allows the reader to absorb the atmosphere of the lives (including the religious traditions) of the main characters, Eli and Rebecca. I would recommend this book to those interested in historical romance (no explicit scenes) from this era." -Imogen Rose (Author of Portal Chronicles)