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From the author of the bestselling historical novel, Miss Etta. Two strong women, generations apart, living parallel lives. When Marla Madison's husband dies, she realizes her life has become very small. Her daughter is grown and Marla has spent the past two decades focused on his friends, his interests, and his home. Feeling lost, she throws herself into fixing up the one-hundred and fifty-year-old family lakeside manor. She soon discovers an old journal in a secret drawer and is instantly intrigued. The handwritten book tells the tale of another Mrs. Madison from over a century ago, the first woman to live in the lake manor. As Marla reads the journal, she discovers that her life parallels that of the woman who wrote those words decades ago and Marla finds inspiration from her strength. 1875 - Alaina Carlton was content to become a spinster until her beloved father introduced her to Nathaniel Madison, one of the most prosperous men in St. Paul, Minnesota. Even though she values her independence, Alaina is intrigued by this man who pursues her. When they marry, she believes she's found a man who will treat her as an equal, but soon realizes that isn't entirely true. From their mansion on the illustrious Summit Avenue to their manor at Great Heron Lake, where the rich and powerful play, her life is no longer her own. But fifteen years and two children later when Nathaniel grows ill, she takes her rightful place where women weren't allowed in order to secure her children's inheritance and her future. An inspiring family saga of two determined woman who found meaning in their lives by following their passions and not allowing society, or propriety, to hold them back.

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  • ISBN-13: 9781941212448
  • ISBN-10: 1941212441
  • Publisher: Deanna Lynn Sletten
  • Publish Date: September 2019
  • Dimensions: 8.5 x 5.5 x 0.86 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.08 pounds
  • Page Count: 424

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