In the years after World War II, a woman is torn between two brothers in this romantic family saga by a New York Times–bestselling author.
When Brooklyn-born Barnard graduate Kathy Ross travels to post–World War II Hamburg to help displaced refugees, she never expects to fall instantly, irrevocably in love. But David Kohn, a young American physician, is tormented by the deaths of his parents in the Holocaust, and uncertain about the future.
Kathy impulsively marries David’s cousin Phil—a decision that will have far-reaching consequences for everyone involved. The charismatic heir apparent to a fur empire, Phil gives Kathy everything she could ever want, including a cherished son. But her marriage is not what it appears, and through the years—even as she forges her own career—Kathy is haunted by her yearning for the one man she cannot forget . . .