"Good Wives" is the delightful conclusion to "Little Women", in which all four girls of the March family find peace and happiness after work and effort.
I found it a lot more tragical than the first book,owing, I think, to the characters being older . Anyway, many parts of the book will make you beam with pleasure when, for example, you see how the March girls get over their faults and fight to improve.
Meg is now happily married, though she learns that nothing can be perfect; Jo is quite successful with her published written works, but she still has some important worries in her mind; Amy has turned into a graceful charming lady although Beth has yet no ambition.
Although it may make your eyes fill with tears, this book has also its happy moments and I'm sure you will learn many lessons that will turn very useful throughout your life.