2 edition of Her husband"s country found in the catalog.
Her husband"s country
Sybil Gwendolen Spottiswoode
|Statement||by Sybil Spottiswoode.|
|LC Classifications||PZ3.S7653 He, PR6037.P6 He|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||420 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||420|
|LC Control Number||11016889|
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Her husband's country by the author of "Marcia in Germany". by Sybil Spottiswoode. Publisher Duffield and co., Collection americana Digitizing sponsor Google Book from the collections of Harvard University Language English.
Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. A woman fighting for what she knows to be true Quinn Donovan has been a country girl from the start, first as a privileged rancher’s daughter and now as a young farmer’s wife.
Perhaps the only bond stronger than her tie to the land is the love she has for her husband Michael/5(17). *****SPOILER ALERT***** I absolutely HATED the ending of this book -- I HATED it.
This woman is pregnant, beaten by her husband who supposedly didn't know what he was doing because he had a brain tumor so she forgives him and they live happily ever after without, by the way, anyone doing anything about the brain tumor because it wasn't malignant and it could just stay there awhile.4/4(17).
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From Book 1: Quinn Donovan has always longed for a simple life, and it seems her dream has finally come true. Living in the peaceful countryside with her husband Michael, she spends days working a job she loves and quiet nights in the arms of a man she adores.
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After parading his wife with a halter around her neck, arm, or waist, a husband would publicly auction her to the highest bidder. Wife selling provides the backdrop for Thomas Hardy's novel. The Country Wife is a romp and a farce and a classic of restoration comedy, very typical of the genre.
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Quinn Donovan has always longed for a simple life, and it seems her dream has finally come true. Living in the peaceful countryside with her husband Michael, she spends days working a job she loves and quiet nights in the arms of a man she adores.
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