1st Simon & Schuster Canada paperback ed.
This captivating debut explores marriage, motherhood, identity, and what it takes to love someone. Former folk singer Helen Sear was a feminist wild child who proudly disdained monogamy, raising three daughters-- each by a different father-- largely on her own. Now in her sixties, Helen has fallen in love with a traditional…
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