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Trudy began her own personal romance story with a whirlwind courtship. Her married life started in a picturesque colonial town on the coast of Massachusetts. Now, with the addition of three children and a small menagerie of pets, she lives on the sunny side of the San Francisco bay area.
As a hopeless romantic and an fervent enthusiast for humanity's progress, she loves almost nothing more than to engage in discussion about "North and South." Find her at MoreThanThornton.com
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I was a little thrown when Margaret’s hair colour was changed in first line of the prologue to be red instead of black, but I soon felt a bit more at home with the characters. This story picks up around the time of the riot. The mill workers in Milton are striking for more pay and Thornton has brought in mill hands from Ireland, which causes his workers to riot in protest. In the original Margaret goads him into going outside to face the mob to explain his viewpoint as she naively believes that he wouldn’t be in danger, being one man against many. In North and South Margaret realises her mistake when she sees people in the crowds with stones, and she rushes out to protect Thornton, as one human defending another, nothing more, and she gets injured. Here, although she attempts to protect Mr Thornton, he is the one who gets hit by the stone.Read more ›
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This story was so good I had to look for the author on Twitter to thank her. It was delicious, romantic, sexy, all that and a bag of chips!!! Read morePublished 5 months ago by martha hammock
Of the follow on books for Mrs Gaskells North and South this is definately one of the better ones and worth a read for N & S fansPublished 7 months ago by Lakes 123
This starts well with a good impression of the style of the period and I do enjoy the different possibilities and "what if's" described by the author-- in this case... Read morePublished 10 months ago by LassofFyvie
I'm glad Elizabeth Gaskell did not give us the "what if" scenario, as it would have been a very dull book, and we won't be clamouring for a sequel. Read morePublished 12 months ago by FIS