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Love to the Women
     

Love to the Women

by Heather Trefethen
 

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Love to the Women is a mainstream tale set in the mid-1960's with a Quincy, Massachusetts, seaside neighborhood as its backdrop. Thematically reminiscent of Harry Chapin's "Cat's in the Cradle", Love to the Women tells the story of senior architect Steve Sheridan who, in an effort to provide for his family, ends up nearly losing them.

Everything always seemed

Overview

Love to the Women is a mainstream tale set in the mid-1960's with a Quincy, Massachusetts, seaside neighborhood as its backdrop. Thematically reminiscent of Harry Chapin's "Cat's in the Cradle", Love to the Women tells the story of senior architect Steve Sheridan who, in an effort to provide for his family, ends up nearly losing them.

Everything always seemed perfect to Steve, right down to his girls' matching outfits and his wife's basic black dress. Upon retirement, however, his dreamlike image quickly becomes a nightmare as Donna, his eldest, embarks on one pre-wedding rampage after another while her sisters, Ruth and Penny, wage their own separate battles. Even Jayne, his wife, seems a stranger. In a quiet moment of epiphany, Steve painfully realizes that although he'd always held faithfully onto his love for his women, his new purpose has to be to regain their love for him.

Filled with a variety of rich characters that leaves you smiling and laughing, caring and crying, Love to the Women promises not to disappoint as Steve and the Sheridan women all learn what it truly means to provide.

Content note: Contains mild, brief profanity.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940148532941
Publisher:
Heather Trefethen
Publication date:
04/05/2013
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
302
File size:
352 KB

Meet the Author

Heather Trefethen is a quirky, middle-aged mom who’s been dreaming up stories her whole life and, despite the risk of criticism, took it upon herself to write them down. Love to the Women is her debut novel.

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