Anne's story continues with her marriage to Gilbert and their years in the House of Dreams.
Beautifully written and full of poetic sentiment- just like the others. The one thing I miss is the personal details of losing one’s virginity in the bridal bed and the pains and wonderous moments of pregnancy. I was surprised by the feminist tendencies and then again, hoped for more. How sad to skip over these life altering rights of passage due to propriety. When Netflix killed Anne w an E, I was thrilled to read on and feel fans will enjoy this book.
Anne's House of Dreams
It was a great historical book, with happy and sad moments, and it was funny. I liked the moment when Cornelia Bryant made a startling announcement.
This series is such a great series. It goes back to the older days, where there was no rated-r material. The purity in this book is enchanting! I enjoyed this book very much.