The Widower's Wife download epub
by Prudence Bice
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The widowers wife, . The Widower's Wife, . This is a work of fiction.
He’d already had more to drink than he should have and would have a difficult time keeping his head in the game.
He’d already had more to drink than he should have and would have a difficult time keeping his head in the game kept dipping into the business funds. It’ll all be mine someday anyway, he thought. Besides, he’d been angry with his father ever since Nathan’s reputation had been tarnished and his father refused to let him work. He said it would be bad for business because people didn’t like what they were hearing about Nathan.
Thank you Prudy for sharing this beautifully written story with the world. The Widower's Wife is a wonderful blend of love, family and daily life set in an exciting part of history.
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The Widower's Wife book. This engaging debut from Prudence Bice is a wholesome love story that satisfies and uplifts while reaffirming your faith in the human spirit. previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 next .
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JANE AND PRUDENCE were walking in the college garden before dinner. A widower would do splendidly for Prudence. Their conversation came in excited little bursts, for Oxford is very lovely in midsummer, and the glimpses of grey towers through the trees and the river at their side moved them to reminiscences of earlier days. Ah, those delphiniums,’ sighed Jane. She liked her Old Students to be clearly labelled - the clergymen’s wives, the other wives, and those who had ‘fulfilled’ themselves in less obvious ways, with novels or social work or a brilliant career in the Civil Service. Perhaps this last could be applied to Prudence? thought Miss Birkinshaw hopefully.