The Blondness of Honey by T.T. Thomas

The Blondness of Honey

byT.T. Thomas

Kobo ebook | October 25, 2012

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What William Shakespeare Might Have Said About The Blondness of Honey

“Love is blind” and “love is merely madness.”

But when Laura Hastings fell in love with Catherine Chadwick in 1893 America, she wasn’t thinking about William Shakespeare. Maybe she should have been...

The Blondness of Honey is the story of two women bound by an uncommon love, of one another and life, at a time when the Victorian notions of love and women called for more disciplined and rigorous adherence to traditional relationships. At least publicly.

Set mainly in the San Francisco Bay area, including the nearly inaccessible, rugged and hauntingly beautiful Pt. Reyes Peninsula, follow colorful and memorable cast of friends, lovers, families and enemies as they try to make sense of a world where women were both adored and restricted. Follow them into a world where extravagant displays of wealth and acquisition settled in gorgeous mansions on tree-lined streets adjacent to the most poverty-stricken neighborhoods of tenements and hovels. And watch as these American born women discover something the throngs of proud immigrants already knew—that the lingua franca of freedom is that most elusive, non-denominational, non-ethnic value of all human endeavors: tolerance.


Title:The Blondness of HoneyFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:October 25, 2012Publisher:Bon View PublishingLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0983918066

ISBN - 13:9780983918066

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