Fragile Blood by Agnes Fischer

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Others thought she had everything a woman could want, an adoring husband, two wonderful children and a life many would be envious of, other than Agnes. This is a novel, based on a true story, about an American nurse who leaves her native Oregon and starts up a new life in Freiburg with her German husband. Early on in her marriage she realizes that her relationship with the young physicist-teacher is deteriorating. She doesn't love him anymore, yet is reluctant to admit it. What is she to do? The dilemma is a common one. The emancipated, loving and direct manner in which she finally approaches separation and continues on with her life is all but common. Her pursuit? She wants to find her soul mate, and what a surprise it is when she does. Her life is turned upside down, and in more ways than one.
This is a book for any responsible bumbler or stumbler, male or female, who is equipped with a loving heart and an open soul and, who has decided to live life according to intuition, even though it can be scary sometimes.

About Agnes Fischer

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Agnes Fischer (pen name) was born in 1963 in Portland, Oregon. She studied and received her Bachelor of Science degree at the University of Oregon. Choosing to work in a heart center as a technician before continuing on with graduate school at University of Wisconsin La Crosse, she discovered her interest in nursing and opted for the local nursing program instead, where she received her Associate Degree. Between 1991 and 2003 she worked in the United States and in Germany as a registered nurse. Since 2008, Agnes Fischer has been working as an English teacher. She lives with her husband and three children in Germany.
Published February 24, 2011 by AuthorHouse. 344 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction, Parenting & Relationships, Religion & Spirituality. Fiction

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