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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.
I really loved this book, the characters are so beautiful, I knew and felt I was walking through the book with them all, it was so life like, the very fact that this young girl was... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Lynne Clark
It was slow and preachy. The plot did not show true character development. I would not recommend this book to others.Published 5 months ago by Claire
this was a good read. My Kindle is new and I am enjoying
reading on it. So nice not having to carry books when traveling.
I ordered this free book on my new Kindle. I haven't had the chance to read it just yet however.Published 6 months ago by Rachel Peska
Mariette is a character who gives women hope for their marriages. Her life is filled with disappointments, and her marriage takes more work than she ever imagined. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Melissa Main
In 1964, a woman reflects on how she met and married her husband and their life together.
I picked up this book free during an Amazon giveaway. Read more
I read it months ago and can't remember the content. Not one of the great reads of my life, obviouslyPublished 11 months ago by Mgirl
Not what I expected but not that bad after all. First of all I trully agree with some other reviewers that it should have been marked as a Christian lit. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Evelina
I'm a Georgia girl myself. So it was a pleasure for me to read a novel with a setting that seemed like an actual place. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Rose