Workaholic Camille Ashland is at the top of her game. She has built a thriving business, is raising a lovely daughter, and lives in a newly decorated home. Her life is full until a heart attack and near-death experience change everything.
Günther Christove, instructor at the Vienna School of Language, lives for one thing--atonement for the death of his wife and son. When an American woman arrives in his class, dreams of hope and happiness begin to soften his heart. Turning to his priest brother for answers, Günther finds forgiveness from the most unexpected place.
It only takes Three and a Half Minutes to change the course of a life!
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I have read all of Caroline’s historical romances and love her style of writing so I was eager to try Three and a Half Minutes even though it is a contemporary romance. It is a beautifully written story about different types of love, forgiveness and second chances, with a dash of the supernatural. Camille and Gunther’s story moved me deeply. When the story came to an end, I found myself sitting with a smile on my face and an uplifted spirit.
This was a great book. I thoroughly enjoyed my virtual trip to Vienna. Highly believable and very entertaining. No slow spots and, for me, a wonderful ending. Exceptional introduction of the problem of autism for our children.