Settling Joan L. Cannon

ISBN: 9781594315022

Published: November 20th 2013

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Settling  by  Joan L. Cannon

Settling by Joan L. Cannon
November 20th 2013 | ebook | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, ZIP | 0 pages | ISBN: 9781594315022 | 5.36 Mb

Ruth Duchamp leaves New York to look for a way to come to terms with an unknown future. She and her husband Alex Duchamp married not so much in haste as with too little self-knowledge. Attractive without being conventionally pretty, red-haired RuthMoreRuth Duchamp leaves New York to look for a way to come to terms with an unknown future. She and her husband Alex Duchamp married not so much in haste as with too little self-knowledge. Attractive without being conventionally pretty, red-haired Ruth is a product of the rock-bound coast of Maine and a reserved and practical upbringing.

Alex, an orphan from a small Quebec town, is so handsome he turns heads wherever he goes. Reared by a simple couple who adopt him, he has always felt out of place. Frustration and boredom make him run away from his loving parents to follow uncrystallized dreams.

When thy meet in New York, where each has gone to search for a better tomorrow, Alex is intrigued by Ruths differences from other women he has known, while she is drawn by his extraordinary looks and air of mystery.

Over the years, disappointment and unrealized hopes make Alex vulnerable to a predatory woman. Despite a rift that Alex assumes will be permanent, Ruth refuses to give him a divorce. Betrayal, violence, and tragedy at last bring them together again to discover whether they can settle for realistic goals. This is a story that explores steadfastness and the real value of good will.



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