“I really enjoyed this book and thought the cliffhanger ending was incredible! I didn't see it coming and think that author Roberta Kagan has done a brilliant job at ensuring that the second book in the series will be one no fan will miss!” —Kim’s Reading Nook
When three little girls—Anna, Bernie, and Elica—make a pact to be blood sisters for life, they believe nothing can come between them.
Austria 1929. Anna is from an affluent Jewish family, while Bernie and Elica are from poor Austrian families who barely make ends meet. As they get older, their social differences become all too real.
With infectious Jew-hate-laden rhetoric from Nazi Germany spreading into Austria, it is only a matter of time before their bond of friendship gets severely tested.
How strong is a bond sealed in blood?
Roberta Kagan is a USA Today bestselling author of historical Jewish fiction mainly set in WWII. Kagan’s father was Romany and her mother was Jewish. She learned about the Holocaust when she was very young. Since then she’s researched, met with survivors, and even met with children and grandchildren of SS officers. Kagan believes that through her work she must tell these stories before all of the survivors are gone.