Daisy Etheridge always yearned to sing. But along the way she fell in love, had her heart broken, and bore a child to a man who loved another. Now she has a second chance to realize her dreams. Needing to support herself and her child during her training -- and with no other choice -- she... read more
“The women in his life confounded him. He didn't understand them, couldn't fathom how their minds worked, and hadn't a clue on how to negotiate the emotional quagmire that surrounded them.”Hank
“It was a unique kind of suffering that only females had the strength to endure. The ability to wait -- for the last breath, for the fever to break, for the summons to come or the news to arrive. Such patience in the face of crisis was unbearable to men, who were ever driven to action. But females tolerated it well, Molly had found, especially when there were other women with whom to share the endless hours. It was a silent bonding wherein each was the glue that kept the others from falling apart. Alone, a woman might crumble. But together, women could withstand anything.”Molly
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