Spellbound Author:Jane Green Alice knows she should be happy. — After all, she has a handsome husband, a beautiful house and membership to all the most exclusive clubs in London. So what if the rumours about her husband's skirt-chasing are becoming harder to ignore? — When Joe's indiscretions force a transfer to New York, Alice hopes it might be a fresh start. And when they... more » find a beautiful old house in Connecticut, Alick is overjoyed. For a while she and Joe seem to be as happy as newlyweds.
But then the late nights and unexplained absences start again. What should Alice do? Stay and fight for him? Or leave with her head held high?« less
Very predictable and sad story. I kept reading this book, hoping Joe would have some redeemable quality and shocked at how long Alice was unaware of what Joe was doing behind her back. Love really is blind in her case.
What happens after the "I do"? Happily ever after? Not quite, not always . . . To Have and To Hold is a witty, entertaining look at the romantic relationships after the wedding guests have all gone home.