Chapter 3: Sunday
Jagdschloss of the Duke of Sachsen-Eisenach, Marksuhl, Thuringia
Late on March 25, 1634
Maximiliane von Pasqualini lay in her king-size bed staring at the dark ceiling.

Had it really been only yesterday when she had arrived here, a man ready to present his plans of the New Wartburg to this old duke the up-timers considered at the brink of death?

It was a surprise to meet a lively, decisive, unconventional man who hadn't even hidden the fact that he already knew "he" was a "she". And his shrewd, caring wife, suffering from . . .

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