Love rediscovered. Widowed in the prime of life, Edith Chardman thought she was through with love. Then two men entered her life: Edwin--gentle, philosophical, almost old enough to be her grandfather; and Jared--passionate, enthusiastic, young enough to be her son.
They taught her,... read more
“There is no human progress without death. Life is never static and thus inevitably it progresses from youth to old age. But the old become too wise, too prudent, and therefore life must begin over and over again in the young, if there is to be progress. For the young do not know enough to be prudent and therefore they attempt the impossible--and achieve it, generation after generation.”Edwin Steadley
“To have no secrets was to be truly free.”Edith Chardman
“She realized, too, his loneliness, not only that he had no family except an old uncle, but the far deeper loneliness of the superior mind, dwelling in distant regions too far beyond the minds of others for ordinary companionship.”Edith Chardman
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