The Pillars of the House; Or, Under Wode, Under Rode, Volume II
Captain Harewood was gone. There was a good deal of truth in Wilmet's plea that much pain might have been saved if she had been allowed to abide by her first answer; but by this time she would not have saved it. She was a brave woman, and never sought indulgence; and all she accepted was the spending his last Saturday and Sunday at his home with him; and even on this she durst not venture without taking Alda, and exposing the dear untidy household to her disdain; but that October Sunday walk by the river was worth it all-worth infinitely more than the July walk; and they both declared it gave them strength.
- Paperback | 246 pages
- 215.9 x 279.4 x 14.22mm | 716.67g
- 22 Jun 2015
- United States
- black & white illustrations