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The Kommandant

The Kommandant's Girl
Jenoff, Pam
Harlequin Books
Publish date: 2007-03-01
$13.95
778323420
Paperback

Synopsis:

Nineteen year-old Emma Bau has only been married for three weeks when the Nazis invade her native PolandAfter her husband, Jacob, is forced to disappear underground as part of the resistance movement, Emma soon finds herself imprisoned in the ghetto with her parentsThere she meets one of the resistance leaders and with his help, she is able to escape the ghetto and live under an assumed, non-Jewish identity.

Review:

Had I written about The Kommandant's Girl immediately upon finishing the book, I would probably be spewing adjectives at you in my excitement over its worthinessInstead allow me to just say I loved this book. It has the perfect balance of historical fiction and romance.

   
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