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It is the summer of 1959 and Mariette Puttnam has just graduated from boarding school. When she returns to her privileged life at home, she isn't sure where life will take her. More schooling? A job? Marriage? Nothing feels right. How could she know that she would find the answer waiting for her in the narrow stairwell of her father's apparel factory, exactly between the third and fourth floors?
In this unique and tender romance, popular author Eva Marie Everson takes you on a journey through the heart of a young woman bound for the unknown. Discover the joys of new love, the perseverance of deep friendship, and the gift of forgiveness that comes from a truly fine life.
Eva Marie Everson is a successful speaker, a popular radio personality, and the award-winning author of Things Left Unspoken. She is coauthor of the Potluck Club series and the Potluck Catering Club series. She lives in Florida.
Mariette grew up wealthy and sheltered. Thayne worked in the mailroom at her father's factory. They went through a lot of ups and downs before she realized that being the wife a... Read morePublished 16 days ago by Lillian Ammann (Lillie)
I enjoyed this book more than any other I've read in awhile. The characters are warm and real, and the story is touching. I definitely can rate it five stars!Published 2 months ago by Sherry Casterline
I needed something to read that was entertaining yet not very deep. This fit the bill.Published 2 months ago by mgintexas
I liked it. I did not think that I would but, it was a nice read. That is all. MPublished 3 months ago by CU394
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. I wasn't sure how it would end until the end . I would recommend this bookPublished 3 months ago by Edna Smith
This book was a good, quick read. It had you rooting for everything to turn out right and life to be good.Published 4 months ago by readingwoman
Eh, it was just okay. The plot int the first third of the book had me interested, but as the characters developed they seemed to take on the all-too-familiar gender roles. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Meghann