True North: Four Generations Volume I Mia

In this first in a series of four novels featuring the interplay of private lives and public events, Mia Arceneau, bubbly daughter of a vigorously idealistic physician and an outspoken country midwife, grows up in an iconic early 20th century America Meeting a brainy but impulsive young man from a prominent family sparks in the fanciful mountain girl an infatuation propelIn this first in a series of four novels featuring the interplay of private lives and public events, Mia Arceneau, bubbly daughter of a vigorously idealistic physician and an outspoken country midwife, grows up in an iconic early 20th century America Meeting a brainy but impulsive young man from a prominent family sparks in the fanciful mountain girl an infatuation propelling her from the remote Adirondacks to Boston s privileged Beacon Hill Following America s entry into World War I, Mia keeps her promise to a compelling soldier and moves to a boisterous neighborhood of Irish immigrants After enduring devastating losses in a lethal wartime epidemic, Mia experiences motherhood, and then finds passion with an audacious charmer During the exuberant 1920 s, hardscrabble 30 s, and an ominous prewar period, Mia s ripening sensuality and deepening insight foreshadow a radiant attachment.
True North Four Generations Volume I Mia In this first in a series of four novels featuring the interplay of private lives and public events Mia Arceneau bubbly daughter of a vigorously idealistic physician and an outspoken country midwife

  • Title: True North: Four Generations Volume I Mia
  • Author: Judith Slawson King
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 192
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • 1 thought on “True North: Four Generations Volume I Mia”

    1. What I find most fascinating about this book is its female characters. First there is Mia herself, who goes from being a romantic teenager with a big crush on a young man who makes a huge mistake, to a charming woman in her forties still sexy enough for a guy half her age to fall for her. Then there’s Inga, Mia’s mother, wise and gutsy and funny. Mia’s friends are all exceptional. Fiona survives abuse and trauma and follows her dreams to a fulfilling life. Josette sets out to have fun and [...]

    2. I got a copy of this from my girlfriend and like most books, I didn't expect much. But, this changed quickly after reading a bit, and I soon found my eyes and thoughts were focused on the book over the course of the next two days until I could finish it. I loved the deep historical perspective of this book and enjoyed being taken for a roller-coaster ride (with Mia at my side) through the series of ups and downs that were part of the early 20th century. Throughout this ride, I also got to meet s [...]

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