Two stories, separated by time and place, but connected by a common thread–a high-stakes mission, the power of love, and what it truly means to be brave. 1997: Rebecca Miller, Art Historian and self-professed math nerd, is juggling a high-pressure job at Washington, DC’s prestigious Hirshhorn Museum, a handsome visiting professor, and a long-distance relationship with her college boyfriend. When the unthinkable happens, she is forced to reevaluate love, trust, and where her future destiny lies.
1940: Clémence Aubert spends her days working in an exclusive Paris art gallery, and her nights as the glamorous mistress of one of Nazi Germany’s most powerful men. In the early days of the Occupation, everyone has something to hide, and the secret she carries could cost her everything.
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