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Rochester’s Wife

By D E Stevenson

Though published in 1940, Rochester’s Wife is an insightful tale of love and commitment that will resonate with modern readers.

When the young doctor Kit Stone returns to Britain, a female associate of his brother Henry secures him a post in a country practice. He meets a selection of charming – and not-so-charming – characters and quickly settles in. But then he falls in love with Mrs Rochester.

Mardie Rochester is in an unhappy marriage. Her husband is mentally ill. And even when he suddenly disappears, Kit knows it would be wrong to pursue his affection.

Mardie decides to move to a secluded part of Scotland to await her husband’s return, and it seems all hope is lost. But does it have to be?

Rochester’s Wife is a tale of love and romance that does not shy away from challenging subject matter. With a blend of gritty realism and charm, the book will appeal to Stevenson’s many existing fans and anyone who enjoys a vintage romance novel.

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