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Castles We Build

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She has a chance to relive her past. But at what cost?

When Julia married the man of her dreams, Landon Sloane, neither of them could have predicted the destructive impact of The Great War. Finding herself a widow and single mother in a period ripe with women’s suffrage and the prohibition, Julia married wealthy industrialist Ford Hampton.

Now, ten years later, with a son
Paperback, 434 pages
Published September 17th 2012
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Alyson Reuben has a habit of writing well-researched historical stories with off-the-beaten-path settings, and this one is no exception. At the beginning of the story, the heroine, Julia, is happily married to her second husband, a wealthy businessman. Her past intrudes painfully when her first husband, whom she'd thought dead, returns, wanting to be a part of her and their child's life. She keeps her first husband's return a secret from her new husband as she struggles to decide between them. A ...more
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Determined to become an author while still in elementary school, Alyson Reuben frequently found herself in trouble for writing stories while she should’ve been studying for math tests. Some years later, by combining a love of history with her enthusiasm for storytelling, she seeks to entertain readers with passionate accounts of vintage romance. Occasionally, she still find herself in trouble for ...more
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