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This review is from: These Twain (Kindle Edition)
Now Hilda and Edwin are married. Sweet happiness? Don't you believe it! With the characters of 'these twain' you can well expect more conflict, more dramatic situations and you get plenty of that. The emotions however are far from trite, even in such seemingly petty scenes as the one over the rearranging of the furniture for a 'musical evening'. What happens when nothing seems to make sense any more, when tension reaches breaking point? Will this ever be resolved, and if it does (we hope), then how is Bennett going to make it possible?