Germanic was the third or fourth book I wrote and it’s taken a long time for me to get this third edition out because I procrastinated a long time. One of the many reasons for the procrastination was due to the fact that a section of it was personal, very personal. As many of my fans/followers know I had lymphoma. I used my actual lymphoma treatment in this book and simply didn’t want to deal with reading about it again. I’m fine now, but at the time, it was very traumatic and re-reading it wasn’t high on my list of things I wanted to do. Well, it’s been done, and redone, and even the German in it has been tweaked, so enjoy this new edition that we’ve worked hard on.
I also decided to go back to the original cover I had for this book, sort of, with a twist. I am proud of the fact that I’m of German descent and this cover reflects that as well as the nature of this book where it takes place.
How do you cope with a life you are bored with? You make a new one, right? Be careful what you wish for because you might get a whole lot more than you bargained for….
When you’re bored with your current life, take a trip; that always changes things, right? What Analisa Meunier didn’t realize is that every decision you make in your life can change everything. A new life, a new country, a new family, a new threat to all of that…will she survive? Will they?
Baroness Lydia Von Horn has never met an American like Analisa Meunier. Hiding her own identity leads to problems in their initial relationship, but making a family, a life, and surviving with both intact is the real challenge.
From Oconomowoc, Wisconsin to Hammerbruke, Germany; from Cambria, California, to Munich, Germany, their lives and trials and tribulations take them around the world.
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