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The Mountains, the Fog, Love and I

Non-Fiction, Self-Help / Parenting

An enchanting story about the mystery of love

This is the story of a woman in her early 40s. What had once begun as a great love often has lost its charm, and turned into a feeling of great emptiness. Hoping
to recapture the closeness that once connected her and her husband, the woman books a weekend at a remote cabin in the mountains. But the plan does not
work out; a quarrel ensues, and she sets off alone, disappointed and hurt. At an ancient stone circle, the woman meets an old man and ends up embarking on a
hike that will change her view of love forever.

• This wonderful inspirational book touches both head and heart
• True to life, inspiring, thought-provoking

Tessa Randau

Tessa Randau, born in 1976, worked as a departmental head at a women’s magazine. When she was faced with the next career step, she decided to rethink her life. She made a choice for more personal latitude, and set off on her own as a stress and burnout consultant. This is her first book. It is based on her experiences and came about as a result of her wish to help as many people as possible to find their own personally fulfilling way in life. She lives with her family in the Koblenz area.

Ruth Botzenhardt
The Mountains, the Fog, Love and I

An enchanting story about the mystery of love

This is the story of a woman in her early 40s. What had once begun as a great love often has lost its charm, and turned into a feeling of great emptiness. Hoping
to recapture the closeness that once connected her and her husband, the woman books a weekend at a remote cabin in the mountains. But the plan does not
work out; a quarrel ensues, and she sets off alone, disappointed and hurt. At an ancient stone circle, the woman meets an old man and ends up embarking on a
hike that will change her view of love forever.

• This wonderful inspirational book touches both head and heart
• True to life, inspiring, thought-provoking

Bibliographic Data
160 pages, ISBN: 978-3-423-34998-7
First published 2021