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A Cup of Tea by Amy Ephron
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Apr 07, 2010

it was ok
Read from April 02 to 07, 2010

Rosemary Fell decides to extend a helping hand to Eleanor Smith, a woman who is less fortunate than herself, by inviting her over for a cup of tea at her home. It is here that Rosemary introduces Eleanor to her fiance, Philip. Sparks fly between the two and their attraction for one another leads to an affair. As a result, consequences happen and people get hurt.
With this book, I found myself paying more attention to the historical time period rather than to the plot or characters. I enjoyed the way New York City was described in 1917 as the United States prepared to send its men off to WWI as well as the description of the social attitudes and values of that time.

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