Can a sixty year old man find lasting happiness with a 19 year old student? Will another young woman who has been deeply wounded by a true love of her youth reach out to encompass love from a man whose heritage and religion differ greatly from her own? Can a young woman from the next generation of this family defy convention in the mate selection process and reach for love from a member of her own family? Beverly Rushin has written a work of womenas fiction chronicling the Baldwin family of Rochester, New York, which spans four generations from 1892 a 1995. This saga does not center on events of the world but rather on the unusual love story it reveals. These three main characters find love, lose love and reach out to love again. The reader will laugh at them and with them, experiencing their emotional pain and their sexual passion. Most of all, those reading this book will travel with a family of heart, they will meet a cast of characters they can admire and or despise. Readers will want to follow this family from the prologue to the epilogue.appeared flawless, the eyebrows formed a slender line that accented her bright hazel eyes and the tone of her skin had a slight tan ... This night there was not a trace of make-up on her face and so her lips held a natural tint, almost the color of a blush. ... It was the first time she mentioned this that Alex noticed his mother also had a rather small nose. ... one had felt hearts in red on a white background with smaller red hearts on a ruffled border that surrounded the heart shaped pillow.
|Author||:||Beverly A. Rushin|
|Publisher||:||iUniverse - 2002-08-01|