Chrystyna Lucyk-Berger


Chrystyna Lucyk-Berger was born in Minnesota in 1969 and grew up in the culture-rich neighborhood of "Nordeast" Minneapolis. She started her writing career with short stories, travel narratives, worked as a journalist and managing editor of consumer magazines before jumping the editor's desk and pursuing her dreams of writing and traveling. In 2005, she self-published a historical narrative based on her relatives' personal histories and experiences in Ukraine during WWII. In 2000, she moved to western Austria and established her own company. She now primarily writes historical fiction. The Reschen Valley series will be released from Jan 2018 to May 2019, with no plans of stopping there.


Sophia Summers
This looks great!

Jan Moran
Gripping historical fiction with a brave protagonist. Well-researched and beautifully written.

Rebecca Janet
beautiful cover :)

Heera Datta
Love the cover.

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No Man's Land: Reschen Valley Part 1

She wants her home. He wants control. The Fascist regime wants both.

1920, former Austrian Tyrol. As her grandfather’s last living relative, Katharina Thaler is set to become the first woman to ever own a farm in the Tyrolean Reschen Valley. The end of the Great War has taken more than her beloved family, it has robbed the province of its autonomy and cut it in two.

While her countrymen fight to prevent the annexation to Italy, Katharina finds a wounded Italian engineer. Her decision to save Angelo Grimani’s life thrusts them both into a labyrinth of corruption, prejudice, and greed.

Trapped between a Fascist new world order and a man who threatens to tear her home away, Katharina must decide what to protect: love or country?