The Heidelberg EffecteBook - 2013
"Ella Stevens never knew a mother's love. Her fierce independence was the keystone of her whole identity, unfettered by romantic involvements or family demands, until the day she moved to Heidelberg, Germany and her world began to unravel. There, she discovered the terrible secret her mother died to protect. There, she stumbled onto a hidden time portal that took her to 1620 Heidelberg. Fighting to survive in a world in which she's ill-equipped to understand, Ella is befriended by a convent of nuns who stand on the executioner's block of one of the bloodiest butchers in all of Europe: the Warlord Kruger. Determined to help her new friends, Ella-with the help of a very sexy United States Marshal-learns the hard way that when it comes to the things that really matter in life-love, trust and friendship-sometimes the truth is the least important thing of all."-- Provided by publisher.
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : San Marco Press, 2013.
Branch Call Number: EBOOK
Characteristics: 1 online resource data file
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