A girl and her family fighting in a resistance group in Germany are betrayed, caught, and sent to prison. In prison, the heroine swears revenge on her betrayer. However, she faces a dilemma when her enemy returns to beg for her help.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Many misspelled words or typos. Even one of the chapter titles has the date of 1950 when it is supposed to be 1940. How obvious. The editor or proof-reader should be fired. The book was not what I expected. Interesting but that is it.
The premise of My Sweetest Revenge is something that's difficult to deal with, but Catherine Mohs pulled it off creating a beautiful story! It took a bit for the pace to pick up but after that I couldn't stop reading. I have to admit I was in tears a couple of times, notably regarding Adelheid and Ludwig, and Felix at the end. The Catholic focus of the story was well played, very delicately - I think non-Catholics could enjoy the story too. Overall, I loved My Sweetest Revenge!