doc ó Crane Spreads Wing ☆ A Bigamist's Story

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doc ó Crane Spreads Wing ☆ A Bigamist's Story ¼ Effie Crackalbee aka Jane Croy the loving daring and generous protagonist of Crane Spreads Wings is a self proclaimed T'ai Chi warrior who practices the ancient movements that center her spirit even as she sets out to re create her lifeWhen we meet her she is Jane Croy and sXorably leads to another until there is virtually no one in this moving and vastly entertaining novel who doesn't at some point bend the truth whether out of kindness self preservation fear or love because at its heart this is a book about love; and about families from the most conventional to the most bizarreBy the end of her sometimes dizzying journey of discovery Effie will have found her balance creating a new life not only for herself but also for all those she loves and who love her This was a pretty fun book to read It is about a woman who leaves her husband a month after thei

Susan Trott Ð A Bigamist's Story ePub

Misrepresenting herself When she runs into Gled Saltonstall the bearish slightly pudgy single father of an adorable little boy she becomes Effie Crackalbee indeed her given name and immediately signs on as the boy's nanny for the summer neglecting to mention that she isn't as single and unencumbered as she appearsWhen it turns out that Alan and Gled live in the same summer community on the Massachusetts coast Jane's little lie of omission begins to take on enormous dimensions One fib ine It's good to be reading Sussan Trott again I have missed her uirky humor and her uncomfortable m

text ✓ A Bigamist's Story Ð Susan Trott

Crane Spreads Wing A Bigamist's StoryEffie Crackalbee aka Jane Croy the loving daring and generous protagonist of Crane Spreads Wings is a self proclaimed T'ai Chi warrior who practices the ancient movements that center her spirit even as she sets out to re create her lifeWhen we meet her she is Jane Croy and she has just decided to run away from Alan her husband of one month because as she says he has misrepresented himself He's full of hot air always spouting off and Jane hates spouters Nevertheless within hours she too is Just finished Not as wonderfully rereadable as The Housewife and the Assassin but engaging and f