This is the third part of the trilogy Forever. It begins with the process of looking for a house to suit the couple in their separate careers in the city of Carlisle. Then there is the buying of the property at auction and the renovation and refurbishment of the Victorian home.
There is the resultant friction between the husband and wife and making up afterwards when all turns out as planned. In the second half, there is the birth of their twin girls who are opposites, their development, individual understanding and eventually the placing of them both in suitable employment. It is a homespun story of love of one kind and another plus a character and temperament story.
|Publisher:||Pegasus Elliot Mackenzie Publishers Ltd|
|File size:||322 KB|
About the Author
Elizabeth Love has found a niche with her imaginative writing about Cumbria with first, a collection of short stories called 'Time Lapse' and second, 'Kaleidoscope, a poetry profile': a comprehensive book of poems describing creatures in the wild as well as domestic, the countryside around where she lives plus personal reflections. This latest publication, set in the picturesque village of Wetheral a few miles out of Carlisle, will hold the reader's interest with its simplicity, drama and romance.