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By: Daphne H Ellis

A Time to Love

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In A Time to Love, we delve deeper into the tumultuous world of Klaus von Hartmann, a German economist ensnared by the Nazi regime during World War Two. When he courageously rescues a young Jewish girl from the clutches of SS officers in Munich, 1943, their lives become irrevocably intertwined. As Klaus hides and protects her during the war’s darkest days, the emotional walls he builds threaten his ability to ever truly connect with another.

His internal battle with sexual repression, a trait deeply ingrained in his character, jeopardizes his prospects of a genuine romantic relationship. Yet, as the narrative unfolds, we witness Klaus’s poignant journey to recognize and embrace the profound love he feels for the woman who has become his life’s anchor.

Parallel to Klaus’s story in Germany, we continue to follow the lives of the family and friends of his late younger brother, Karl (Charles), in England. As the tale progresses, the destinies of the two brothers’ families converge, setting the stage for a heartwarming reunion and hinting at the captivating conclusion awaiting readers in the final instalment of this trilogy.

Note: While A Time to Love follows the events of The Measure, focusing on the elder brother of the hero from the first book, it stands alone, offering a complete and enriching experience even for those unfamiliar with its predecessor.

Daphne H Ellis is a retired teacher. She has a degree in divinity and worked with Cardinal Hume’s committee for Catholic Jewish Relations to implement the changes in the RC-Church post Vatican two. After retiring she helped at a preschool for two- to four-year-olds and joined a creative writing group. She lived for some years in Vienna, enjoying the musical life of the city and endeavouring to learn German. Daphne now lives in Kent.

 

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