Fair and Tender Ladies

Fair and Tender Ladies

Book - 1988
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Publisher: New York, NY : Putnam, 1988.
Edition: 1st ed.
Branch Call Number: +F SMI
Characteristics: 316 pages

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Jersey_Girl
Dec 19, 2016

4 STARS I can't say I enjoyed this book..."watching" Ivy Rowe throw her life away making one stupid mistake after another was hard. But it was an interesting story. I did get frustrated when, once again, Ivy would make a really stupid and self-destructive decision and I would find myself thinking (and sometimes saying out loud) "OH NO Ivy!!! Don't do that! What is the matter with you?" But it was an interesting book, following Ivy as a teenager, with back flashes to when she was a little girl, all the way through her old age. I do recommend this book, BUT beware, IMHO it is a downer of a story.

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