The Hand Of Ethelberta
Perhaps not. And when a man checks all a woman's finer sentiments towards him by marrying her, it is only natural that it should find a vent somewhere. However, she probably does not know of my downfall since father's death. I hardly think she would have cared to do it had she known that.
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Review: The Hand of EthelbertaUser Review - Linda - Goodreads
Ethelberta Chickering grew up determined to raise her status in the world, and when the son of the house where she served as governess proposed marriage, she agreed with alacrity. Her mother-in-law is ... Read full review
Review: The Hand of EthelbertaUser Review - Elizabeth Finnegan - Goodreads
On the surface this is just a light hearted novel about a wealthy widow who is pursued by a number of suitors for her hand in marriage. Hardy explores the dilemmas a young, single woman of independent ... Read full review
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