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A Marriage of Convenience

330 pagine4 ore


In the Depression-plagued rural Wisconsin of 1932, Annalee Lines loses her husband to an accident and her home to a fire within a few short months of each other. The abusive husband she can do without, but with her home and possessions totally destroyed, Annalee and her two children are now destitute. She’d been supporting her family by caring for the daughter of a widowed engineer, but with no home of her own, she can’t even do that. With memories of her brutal marriage fresh in her mind, Annalee vows never to tie herself to another man—but unless she wants to live with her sour-faced, forbidding parents, she may have no choice.

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