"Waiting On Wednesday" The Girl Behind The Curtain by Stella Knightley

Wednesday, 7 August 2013

"Waiting On" Wednesday is a weekly event that is hosted by Breaking The Spine. It gives the chance to show new book release that are coming out soon. The book that I am looking forward to is The Girl Behind The Curtain by Stella Knightley.
About The Girl Behind The Curtain -
The Publication date is the 29th August 2013.
It is published by Hodder & Stoughton.
Sarah Thomson and Marco Donato's complicated love affair continues - their passion is a deep one but both have been badly hurt before and are wary of exposing their vulnerabilities to the other.

Meanwhile, Sarah begins to research a new subject . . .

In Nineteen-Thirties Germany, Katherine Hazleton escapes her stuffy finishing school and runs away to Berlin in pursuit of an unsuitable man. Alone and penniless when her boyfriend deserts her, she is forced to become a hostess at a cabaret bar. There she reinvents herself as Kitty Katkin. Writing her own songs to accompany her risqué? dance routines, Kitty is soon a sensation. She is in love with Berlin and her handsome musician lover, Otto. But Germany is about to change.

Will Kitty and Sarah find the love they truly deserve?
The Girl Behind The Curtain is the third book in the Hidden Women Series. The story is put into two points of view, one of these is set in the present time in the point of view of Sarah Thomson who is a student who researching people from the 1800s as part of a research paper. The other point of views have been people who have come from the around the 1800s time period. The first book it was Luciana Giordano and the second book it was Augustine Levert. Both of these books I have already read and loved very much, I can't wait for the third book in the series.
The reviews for the first and second books are below -
The Girl Behind The Mask - (Book 1)
The Girl Behind The Fan - (Book 2)

What book release are you most looking forward to? Add a comment to share your 'Waiting On' Wednesday.
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1 comment

  1. I've never heard of this series before, but it sounds really intriguing. I also like the idea that it's told in two points of views. I'll be sure to check it out!
    Thanks for sharing! :)

    Nick - My WoW


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