The American Lady (The Glassblower Trilogy #2)



The American Lady (The Glassblower Trilogy #2) Tempestuous and beautiful Wanda Miles, daughter of Ruth and Stephen Miles or so she thinks , aspires to than the life of a debutante, but the trouble is she doesn t know precisely what she wants Then her aunt Marie, the family s renowned glassblower, arrives from Lauscha, Germany, and Wanda decides that learning about her ancestry may hold the key to her future When Marie accidentally reveals a long held secret about Wanda s parents, Wanda goes to Lauscha to unravel the truth.While Marie finds herself increasingly swept up in New York City s bohemian social scene catching the eye of a handsome young Italian in the process Wanda explores a past she never knew in the village of her mother s youth and begins to build a life that she never expected.A sweeping tale that takes readers from the small town of Lauscha to the skyscrapers of New York and the sun kissed coast of Italy, The American Lady is a tribute to the enduring power of family and what we ll do in the name of love. New Download The American Lady (The Glassblower Trilogy #2) [ By ] Petra Durst-Benning [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – heartforum.co.uk

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  • 473 pages
  • The American Lady (The Glassblower Trilogy #2)
  • Petra Durst-Benning
  • English
  • 02 July 2018

10 thoughts on “The American Lady (The Glassblower Trilogy #2)

  1. Fran says:

    Both the Glassblower and the American Lady were mediocre books They just missed the Mark of being truly interesting I enjoy generational books, especially of simply people who struggle through life to become some thing That is what held my interest in these books The Steinmann sisters Johanna, Ruth and Marie struggle to build their father s glassblowing business after he dies book 1 In book two we see Johanna married and carrying on with the business, Ruth builds a well to do life in Am Both the Glassblower and the American Lady were mediocre books They just missed the Mark of being truly interesting I enjoy generational books, especially of simply people who struggle through life to become some thing That is what held my interest in these books The Steinmann sisters Johanna, Ruth and Marie struggle to build their father s glassblowing business after he dies book 1 In book two we see Johanna married and carrying on with the business, Ruth builds a well to do life in America with her husband Steven Miles, the love of her life and her daughter Wanda And Marie finds love and tragedy with her Beautiful Italian This book is mainly about Wanda who grows into a beautiful woman and wants to go back to Germany to find her roots There she finds that she has glassblowing in her veins And so the story goes As I said with the first book, it holds your interest but it definitely is not a show stopper And yes, I will read the last book in the tri...

  2. Christine says:

    I read The Glassblower I didn t love it but I enjoyed reading about the glass blowing I decided to get the second book to see what happened next I stopped reading it I really didn t care any what happened I realized that there was not 1 character in the book that I liked The women in this story are not strong and smart To me they are selfish and not very nice to each other The only one with the slighte...

  3. Anne (Booklady) Molinarolo says:

    4.5 StarsThe American Lady is a good sequel to The Glassblower But be prepared to have a hankey close by at the end I ll admit I didn t see it coming though there were clues here and there.Marie Steinmann is bored and hasn t created a new sketch for her family s glassblowing shop At 38, she fears that she s all out of ideas In New York, Wanda Miles is also having trouble finding her way in the world She doesn t want to be a young wealthy socialite She wants to make her own path in the worl 4.5 StarsThe American Lady is a good sequel to The Glassblower But be prepared to have a hankey close by at the end I ll admit I didn t see it coming though there were clues here and there.Marie Steinmann is bored and hasn t created a new sketch for her family s glassblowing shop At 38, she fears that she s all out of ideas In New York, Wanda Miles is also having trouble finding her way in the world She doesn t want to be a young wealt...

  4. Melodie says:

    Installment 2 in the Glassblower trilogy has the focus on Wanda the daughter of Ruth one of three sisters and Marie the middle sister.Wanda, headstrong and spoiled has grown up wanting for nothing Predictably she rebels against everything, and lands herself in fix after fix Marie having come to New York to visit picture country mouse visits city mouse and becomes involved in a torrid love affair Eventually having tire...

  5. Marianna says:

    Wow I m pretty much speechless I loved The Glassblower and could not wait to read the second installment in this Trilogy and, to me, this book exceeded every expectation I like to play a game when I read a book I try to guess why the book is named the way it is There is always a reason why each author gives the name that he she does This book, for the life of me, when I first started reading it, eluded me after all, the story is about German sisters, what does an American Lady have to Wow I m pretty much speechless I loved The Glassblower and could not wait to read the second installment in this Trilogy and, to me, this book exceeded every expectation I like to play a game when I read a book I try to guess why the book is named the way it is There is always a reason why each author gives the name that he she does This book, for the life of me, when I first st...

  6. Sojourner says:

    After reading The Glassblower, the first book in the Glassblower trilogy, I was not sure if the second book The American Lady would live up to my expectations, bringing sheer joy and pure pleasure as did the first book It was a bit nerve wracking as I browsed through the first few pages but The American Lady by Petra Durst Benning, and rendered into English by Samuel Willcocks, is as beautiful, if not better, than The Glassblower.The American Lady is consistent with The Glassblower, and author After reading The Glassblower, the first book in the Glassblower trilogy, I was not sure if the second book The American Lady would live up to my expectations, bringing sheer joy and pure pleasure as did the first book It was a bit nerve wracking as I browsed through the first few pages but The American Lady by Petra Durst Benning, and rendered into English by Samuel Willcocks, is as beautiful, if not better, than The Glassblower.The American Lady is consistent with The Glassblower, and author Petra Durst Benning sharply focused on the glassblower Marie, the youngest of the Steinmann, and her rich, spoiled niece, Wanda Marie, the glass artist, is in a creative crisis It seems sh...

  7. Jennifer says:

    The second book in The Glassblower trilogy, I found The American Lady to be surprisingly , well, surprising in the adventures of the Steinmann sisters and their family members The plot took so many twists and turns and at times I felt I knew for sure what was going to happen but I was completely wrong I love it when a novel shakes up my assumptions I m excited for the third installment to be available in the US and see how Petra Durst Benning wraps up this tale There is so much good stuff in The second book in The Glassblower trilogy, I found The American Lady to be surprisingly , well, surprising in the adventures of the Steinmann sisters and their family members The plot took so many twists and turns and at ...

  8. Gina Basham says:

    I enjoyed thisthan the last bookA good read Some minor complaints about a few of the storylines that didn t seem to get anywhere I will continue with the series I would recommend Gbash

  9. Jool says:

    Petra Durst Benning writes the most historical fiction novels I have read This entire series, The Glassblower, is amazing I highly recommend this author.

  10. Maryellen says:

    I m a sucker for multi book series and I ve really enjoyed books 1 and 2 of the Glassblower Trilogy In fact, I was anxiously watching for the 2nd book to come out and I wasn t disappointed This book continues to follow the family of female glassblowers from Germany It picks up several years later with the Mannheim family well established and younger sister Marie finding herself creatively burned out from years of designing and blowing the delicate glass ornaments that have kept her family for I m a sucker for multi book series and I ve really enjoyed books 1 and 2 of the Glassbl...

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