Friday Nights

Second Honeymoon: A Novel

Author: Joanna Trollope

From the master of literary domestic drama, a page-turning novel that dissects the complexities of female friendship and the choices that define women’s lives.It is Eleanor who starts the Friday night get-togethers. From her window she sees two young women, with small children, separate, struggling, and plainly lonely–and decides to ask them in.What began as a lark soon b….Read More

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