[bksvol-discuss] Re: just submitted the Widow's War

Hi Amber,
 
I got the book again and for some reason which I will never understand,
things are working right with it now! If you like, place a hold for me on
"Bound" when you've finished with it! I'll continue working on it and guess
we'll just see what happens.
 
Susan
   

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I just submitted the Widow's War by Sally Gunning.  I also have the sequel,
"Bound" here and will be cleaning it up and submitting it soon.
When Lyddie Berry's husband drowns in 1761, her grief is compounded by the
discovery that he's willed her the traditional widow's share-one-third
use, but not ownership, of his estate. Lyddie's care, and the bulk of the
estate, have been entrusted to their closest male relative, son-in-law
Nathan
Clarke, husband to their daughter Mehitable and a man used to ordering a
household around. Lyddie's struggle to maintain a place in her radically
changed
home soon brings her into open conflict with an increasingly short-tempered
Nathan and his children from two previous marriages.
Enjoy.
Amber
Book blog:
http://community.livejournal.com/book_cuddler/
I have accepted a seat in the House of Representatives, and thereby have
consented to my own ruin, to your ruin, and to the ruin of our children. I
give
you this warning that you may prepare your mind for your fate.
John Adams
E-Mail: amber.wallens@xxxxxxxxx

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