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From a RITA winner and USA Today best-seller, and winner of the Carol Award comes an epic love story of betrayal and redemption.
Markos Stavros wants to be a man of honor…
The last thing Marcos Stavros expects on the eve of his brother’s wedding is to say goodbye to the land—and family he loves. But a tragic event forces him to flee his beloved Greece, taking with him his younger brother Dino and the girl he loves, Sophia Frangos. With promises to care for both of them, Marcos must trust a man he’s never met—his uncle Jimmy, the owner of a café during the bootleg era of Al Capone’s Chicago. Suddenly Marcos is in a world he doesn’t understand, forced to make sacrifices he can’t live with. When he’s forced to choose between family and the woman he loves, he makes a desperate attempt at freedom…
Dino Stavros longs to forget the promises he broke…
The last promise Dino made to Marcos was to watch over Sophia. But ten years later, Dino has put the tragedies of Chicago behind him, diving into his new life as a medical resident in Minneapolis, his promises forgotten. The world is not large enough, however, to keep him from reuniting with Sophia, and the reminders of all they lost together. When Pearl Harbor destroys his dreams, he turns to the one woman who truly knows him for comfort and redemption, only to find himself in the middle of a terrible betrayal. His only chance for honor comes in the battlefields of France—but is it too late to keep his promises?
Sophie Frangos's heart has been broken twice…
Sophie can’t believe she’s lost both the men she loved, but she will have to put her grief behind her if she hopes to survive the German occupation of Greece. More, she’s become a link to the OSS agents helping to plot a British invasion. But what will freedom cost her? And can Marcos and Dino
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- Linda Kay Kile
I loved it. The story is multi faceted with strong characters. The narration was magnificent.
This story was not uplifting or enjoyable. I did not finish it. It begins with characters who show no self control. One character kills another in the beginning and it's just goes down from there.
An entire well-written chain of traumatic events. The only relief is the last minutes.