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When Teira Palmer's company relocates her from Utah to Denmark, she can't wait to see the magical place she heard so many stories about as a child. After visiting the castles of Copenhagen, Teira finds it hard not to dream of finding a prince charming. And Christian Tanner definitely fits the description — tall, dark, and handsome with a smile that could melt the North Pole. But he is her boss. Would his smile fade if he knew the biggest reason Teira came to Denmark had nothing to do with her job?
She wants to discover more about her grandfather, Soren Pedersen, who died in WWII as an accused traitor to king and country, casting a shadow of shame on his family. Even through her bitterness, Teira is determined to learn the whole story of what her grandfather did. But when strange and frightening things start happening to her, it becomes apparent that someone doesn't want the past uncovered.
Set amid the splendor of ancient castles and the modern bustle of Copenhagen, Denmark, this romantic suspense will take you on a captivating adventure of family honor and forbidden secrets that will hold you to the last page.
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Couldn't put it down!
by Katie - reviewed on December 08, 2008
I loved the History mixed in with this story, instead of boring me it actually inspired me. I would love to tour Denmark. I have read this book through at least twice now.
Couldn't put it down!!
by Customer - reviewed on June 20, 2010
I loved this book. It was interesting, inspiring, and full of suspense.
A good book to listen to or read on your own
by Carina - reviewed on September 27, 2011
I loved this audiobook. It was a good combination of mystery and romance. It made me want to see the land of Denmark, to visit the castles & to know more about it's history. I was reminded of the pain caused by World War II. I felt renewed gratitude for those who fought for freedom. And I loved the reading by Luone Ingram. I will be looking for more audiobooks read by her. It was easy to distinguish change in character by her tone, accent and inflection. I highly recommend listening to this book.