Abandoning their families and reputations, the lovers fled to Europe and exile. Mamah's actions branded her an unnatural mother and society relished her persecution. For the rest of her life Mamah paid an extraordinary price for moving outside society's rules, in a time that was unforgiving of a woman's quest for fulfilment and personal happiness. Headstrong and honest, her love for Frank was unstoppable. This portrait of her life as his muse and soulmate is a moving, passionate and timeless love story.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - olongbourn - LibraryThing
Overly slow story telling. I was eager to read this biographical novel on Frank Lloyd Wright! Amazing architect! That he found love in an adulterous relationship is not as scandelous today as it was ... Read full review
Review: Loving FrankUser Review - Jo - Goodreads
I have always loved the buildings designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, particularly the houses, but I knew little of his life or influences. I picked up Death in a Prairie House and first learnt of Mamah ... Read full review