Book Reviews of WILD ROSE

Author: Doris Mortman
ISBN-13: 9780553297614
ISBN-10: 0553297619
Publication Date: 7/1/1992
Pages: 848
  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.

3.9 stars, based on 26 ratings
Publisher: Bantam
Book Type: Paperback
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Very good insite to the people and history of Hungary.
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What a great story! This book is filled with characters that you will love and those that you will hate. In reading this book, I discovered Hungary's history of being an oppressed nation, first the German Nazi's and then the Soviet Union. Besides the history of the story, I lived the life of the people affected by these times and how they struggled to live a "normal" life and what they were willing to do to claim freedom. It is filled with love and romance and deception. I found myself re-reading the first chapter as I came towards the end of the book, something I rarely do.
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swept up in the tides of history and each others arms...from Budapest to Manhatten, from London and Paris to Washington..sove, danger, and passion prevail...
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from the old-world elegance of budapest to the opulance of manhatten and the glittering capitals of washington, london ,and paris, cmes a story of love and danger and heart stopping intrigue.
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I really enjoyed reading this book.
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Filled with suspense, intrigue and romance. New York Times Best Seller.
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From the old-world elegance of Budapest to the opulence of Manhattan and the glittering capitals of Washington, London & Paris, comes a magnificent story of love, danger, passion and heart-stopping intrigue...

Katalin & Steve: even as children in Hungary, they had shared a special bond. They would grow up separated by an ocean and an iron curtain...together only in their hearts.

Now, after years of work & hardship, Steven has forged a new life in a new land, rising from the coal mines of Kentucky to the corridors of power to become the man who has everything - except the one thing he longs for most...

Now, Kaitlin has won fame as an internation acclaimed pianist with an adoring public, a brilliant future, and a handsome, powerful husband. Yet night after night, she gives her most stunning performance offstage - when she escapes her barren marriage to lead a dangerous double life...

And now Katalin & Steve have found each other once again - only to discover that walls of deceit still keep them apart.