Overview

Guilt and sorrow over his wife’s suicide drive Wolfram Osterwalt, master of Grandview Plantation, to drink. He is certain that love and happiness are not meant for him. But righteous anger can be a great equalizer. So, when he spies an urchin stealing apples from his orchard, he gives chase. He apprehends the little thief without much trouble, but the lecture he is about to impart dies on his lips, when he realizes that the trespasser is a ...
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Unbreak My Heart

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Overview

Guilt and sorrow over his wife’s suicide drive Wolfram Osterwalt, master of Grandview Plantation, to drink. He is certain that love and happiness are not meant for him. But righteous anger can be a great equalizer. So, when he spies an urchin stealing apples from his orchard, he gives chase. He apprehends the little thief without much trouble, but the lecture he is about to impart dies on his lips, when he realizes that the trespasser is a girl. Their gazes lock in a war of wills.

Sara Auxerre is a survivor. Stealing apples and food from Grandview Plantation are her only means to keep from starving. Too proud to explain her circumstances, too proud to beg for mercy, she waits patiently until he relaxes his grip and escapes across a shallow stream into dense undergrowth.

For the first time in many months Wolfram is intrigued. The little apple thief has left her mark on his consciousness, though he doubts their paths will ever cross again.

Sara cannot forget the handsome man either, but she knows that her fascination with him can be nothing more than a dream.
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Editorial Reviews

Kate Hofman
The hero, Wolfram, instantly grabs the reader's heart. His pretty young wife dead, a suicide, Wolfram is burdened with guilt, wondering whether he somehow drove her to this.
I loved the way Heide Katros brought some amusement and relief to Wolfram's unhappy life when he notices a boy stealing apples from his orchard. Giving chase and catching the boy, he soon realizes that he has a girl in his hands. She manages to break loose and disappear.

Buy it! You'll thank me!
Kate Hofman
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940015891027
  • Publisher: Heide Katros
  • Publication date: 10/25/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,109,151
  • File size: 330 KB

Meet the Author

Heide Katros
Born and raised in Germany near the French border, she has traveled extensively throughout Europe. She met her pharmacist husband while on vacation to the Isle of Rhodes, Greece.
Heide and her husband Mitch are the parents of two grown sons and grandparents to Alex and Anna. They live with their dog Bibi in Winter Haven, Florida. Heide is an avid tennis player, while her husband enjoys golf.
As always, Heide is currently working on her next novel.
Visit Heide at her website:
www.heidekatros.com
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