Single Wife by Nina Solomon

Single Wife

Nina Solomon

320 pages first pub 2003 (editions)

fiction contemporary emotional reflective slow-paced


"Like a particularly sharp episode of Sex and the City, the novel poses a provocative question-does a woman need a man to feel 'married'?-and goes about answering it with both flair and heart." (Elle) Grace Brookman thought she had it all-until h...

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