A Woman Like That
Atheneum, Jan 1, 1977 - 244 pages
After years of taking lovers but spurning all relationships and after bearing a daughter, her love for whom orders her life of self-contradiction, Emily Field falls in love with cleric-turned-psychologist Stephen Williamson, and Irish widower whose vulnerability matches Emily's.
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