Reviewer: A reader
Our childhood really does play an important significance in our lives with respect to adulthood. Here Della Murray's childhood fears of poverty carries over into her adulthood that develops her outlook at her relationship with men. How someone is dressed in their field of occupation can be deceiving, meaning it does not always appear from what you see with your eyes. This is how Luke McKnight appears to Della, but he is determine to not reveal everything to her so she will accept him for himself and not for his occupation. To my fellow readers, find out how both Della and Luke end up helping each other grow and find love. If you have read any of Gwynne Forster's books, well you know she is an excellent storyteller and you should enjoy this book.