My Sister's Betrayal

Download or Read eBook My Sister's Betrayal PDF written by Roberta Kagan and published by . This book was released on 2023-04-19 with total page 0 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle.
My Sister's Betrayal

Book Synopsis My Sister's Betrayal by : Roberta Kagan

The Nazi oppression whips up a storm of terror, ripping apart the blood sisters Anna, Bernie, Elica, and Dagna.Desperate to be reunited with her husband, Daniel, Elica walks into the dreaded den of the ruthless Gestapo. She's ready to sacrifice anything for their love.Anna and her family find themselves at the mercy of Anna's heart-throb, Ulf. Ulf's obsession with Anna puts him in a quandary-between his loyalty to the Fuhrer and his burning desire for the forbidden fruit.Bernie's courage will be pushed to its limits as she embarks on a daring journey to save Elica's baby, Theo. Can she survive this near-impossible mission?Dagna craves power and will do anything to fit into the Nazi ranks, whatever the cost.My Sister's Betrayal is the second installment of Roberta Kagan's emotionally-charged WW2 historical fiction series-The Blood Sisters.

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  • ISBN-10 – 1957207299
  • ISBN-13 – 9781957207292

For My Sisters

Download or Read eBook For My Sisters PDF written by Virginia Mueller and published by . This book was released on 2020-12-07 with total page 68 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle.
For My Sisters

Book Synopsis For My Sisters by : Virginia Mueller

From adolescence to young men, a group of mentally unhappy individuals, have gotten away with the unthinkable treatment and acts toward young ladies. Fortunately, their bad habits comes to an abrupt halt. Jacob not wanting to be associated with them, did the unthinkable. He clearly made his point that their behavior will never, ever, be tolerated.

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  • Total Pages – 68
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  • ISBN-10 – 1977235522
  • ISBN-13 – 9781977235527

The Betrayal

Download or Read eBook The Betrayal PDF written by Kate Furnivall and published by Simon and Schuster. This book was released on 2017-11-02 with total page 363 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle.
The Betrayal

Book Synopsis The Betrayal by : Kate Furnivall

'A real page-turner which puts you in France on the cusp of war from the very first page. Gripping. Tense. Mysterious. Kate Furnivall has a talent for creating places and characters who stay with you long after you’ve read the final word' JANE CORRY, bestselling author of Blood Sisters and My Husband's Wife 'Superb storytelling, brilliant narrative, engaging characters – a simply breath-taking exploration of two sisters on opposing sides who are both attempting to keep a lid on a past that won’t be silenced, while hiding the truth of the present. This intricate web of secrets and lies kept me guessing until the very end' DINAH JEFFERIES, bestselling author of The Tea Planter's Wife Discover a brilliant story of love, danger, courage and betrayal, from the internationally bestselling author of The Liberation. Could you kill someone? Someone you love? Paris, 1938. Twin sisters are divided by fierce loyalties and by a terrible secret. The drums of war are beating and France is poised, ready to fall. One sister is an aviatrix, the other is a socialite and they both have something to prove and something to hide. The Betrayal is an unforgettably powerful, epic story of love, loss and the long shadow of war, perfect for readers of Santa Montefiore and Victoria Hislop. Further praise for Kate Furnivall: ‘Wonderful . . . hugely ambitious and atmospheric’ Kate Mosse ‘A thrilling plot … Fast-paced with a sinister edge’ Times ‘Gripping . . . poignant, beautifully written …will capture the reader to the last’ Sun ‘Truly captivating’ Elle ‘Perfect escapist reading’ Marie Claire ‘An achingly beautiful epic’ New Woman ‘A rollicking good read’ Daily Telegraph

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  • Total Pages – 363
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  • ISBN-10 – 9781471155604
  • ISBN-13 – 1471155609

Betrayal

Download or Read eBook Betrayal PDF written by Gillian Shields and published by Harper Collins. This book was released on 2011-06-28 with total page 381 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle.
Betrayal

Book Synopsis Betrayal by : Gillian Shields

There are the small betrayals: the unkind word, the petty lies. And there are the betrayals that break hearts, destroy worlds, and turn the strong sweet light of day into bitter dust. When Evie Johnson started at Wyldcliffe Abbey School for Young Ladies, her life changed in ways she couldn't possibly have envisioned: the discovery of her link with Lady Agnes, her special bond with Helen and Sarah, and their sisterhood in the astonishing secrets of the Mystic Way. Above all, Evie's love for Sebastian has turned her world upside down. Now Evie returns to Wyldcliffe for another term and more danger. Surrounded by enemies, she lives every day in fear that Sebastian will fall into the darkness of servitude to the Unconquered Lords. The Wyldcliffe coven is plotting to destroy Evie and use Sebastian to secure their own immortality. Evie and her sisters must master the power of the Talisman before it is too late. But could it be Sebastian himself who will ultimately betray Evie? In this companion to Gillian Shields's dazzling Immortal, magic and sweeping romance cross the bounds of time to deliver heart-stopping emotion and suspense.

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  • Total Pages – 381
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  • ISBN-10 – 9780061375866
  • ISBN-13 – 0061375861

Double Crossed

Download or Read eBook Double Crossed PDF written by Kenneth Briggs and published by Doubleday. This book was released on 2007-12-18 with total page 250 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle.
Double Crossed

Book Synopsis Double Crossed by : Kenneth Briggs

This groundbreaking exposé of the mistreatment of nuns by the Catholic Church reveals a history of unfulfilled promises, misuse of clerical power, and a devastating failure to recognize the singular contributions of these religious women. The Roman Catholic Church in America has lost nearly 100,000 religious sisters in the last forty years, a much greater loss than the priesthood. While the explanation is partly cultural—contemporary women have more choices in work and life—Kenneth Briggs contends that the rapid disappearance of convents can be traced directly to the Church’s betrayal of the promises of reform made by the Second Vatican Council. In Double Crossed, Briggs documents the pattern of marginalization and exploitation that has reduced nuns to second-, even third-class citizens within the Catholic Church. America’s religious sisters were remarkable, adventurous women. They educated children, managed health care of the sick, and reached out to the poor and homeless. They went to universities and into executive chairs. Their efforts and successes, however, brought little appreciation from the Church, which demeaned their roles, deprived them of power, and placed them under the absolute authority of the all-male clergy. Replete with quotations from nuns and former nuns, Double Crossed uncovers a dark secret at the heart of the Catholic Church. Their voices and Briggs’s research provide compelling insights into why the number of religious sisters has declined so precipitously in recent decades—and why, unless reforms are introduced, nuns may vanish forever in America.

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  • Total Pages – 250
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  • ISBN-10 – 9780307423580
  • ISBN-13 – 0307423581