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And So They Were Married

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I recently read a charming novel by Florence Morse Kingsley called "And So They Were Married." This story follows the lives of two young people, Eleanor and Philip, as they navigate the ups and downs of love and marriage.

From the very first page, I was drawn in by the vivid descriptions of the characters and their surroundings. Kingsley has a way of bringing her characters to life, making them feel like old friends by the end of the book. Eleanor and Philip's relationship is beautifully portrayed, with all its joys and challenges.

What I appreciated most about this novel was the way it discussed the true meaning of marriage. Through the characters' experiences, Kingsley explores themes of commitment, sacrifice, and forgiveness. It was refreshing to read a book that didn't shy away from the hard work that goes into a successful marriage.

Overall, I thoroughly enjoyed "And So They Were Married" and would recommend it to anyone looking for a heartwarming story about love and relationships. Florence Morse Kingsley's writing is timeless and deeply moving, making this a book that will stay with me for a long time.

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This is the story of Elizabeth North a young woman who becomes engaged and with the aid of a social climbing friend begins to plan her wedding beyond what she can afford. Her friend Evelyn Tripp, convinces Elizabeth that she “simply can’t afford” not to live a fashionable and expensive lifestyle. However her husband and her grandma help her to see sense and pull herself out of the debt she has got herself into.

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