When North returns from war he finds his former fiancee working as his family governess, with a child in tow reputed to be his.
A wool merchant, from the sheep up, Tremaine is bent on buying an earl’s flock. But, the earl’s sister has a social conscience he finds even more intriguing.
Four friends struggle with life and love, set backs, sorrow, and disappointment in rural Louisiana. Is it a downer or a feel good story?
In the continuation of this popular series, the first couple to be featured is ready to marry and the groups problem child is sober and looking make amends.
Love and Marriage: Do they go together like a horse and carriage? Stephanie Coontz examines the history of marriage from paleolithic times to now.
A mom, her son, writers, illustrators, superheroes and sidekicks tell a story with tragic twists, super heroes and villains, real and imaginary.
This could be seen as spoilerish because I have to explain and justify my response to the book, but I don’t reveal outcomes.
The mom here always gets spread too thinly with pressure from all sides. Is she selfish,, or selfless?
Is Charlotte a shrew and her husband a lazy jerk? Or, is it a bit of both? Is it a case of which came first in this “the death of Cupid” story?