Mating for Life
A NovelBook - 2014
This captivating debut explores marriage, motherhood, identity, and what it takes to love someone. Former folk singer Helen Sear was a feminist wild child who proudly disdained monogamy, raising three daughters-- each by a different father-- largely on her own. Now in her sixties, Helen has fallen in love with a traditional man who desperately wants to marry her. And while she fears losing him, she's equally afraid of abandoning everything she's ever stood for if she goes through with it. Marissa Stapley is a writer and former magazine editor who contributes to Elle, The Globe and Mail, and The National Post.
Publisher: New York ;, Toronto :, Simon & Schuster Canada,, 2014.
Edition: 1st Simon & Schuster Canada paperback ed.
Copyright Date: ©2014
Characteristics: 315 pages ;,21 cm.