And the fallout is substantial. Challenging traditional ideas about womanhood along the way. Later on it will be different. One of the relationships is mended, at least temporarily. Surely she had in a measure repaid the long years of friendship, of comfort and support he had given her — the short months of passion. But even the mending requires the sacrifice of yet another relationship.
One woman bows out of the scene to afford another the opportunity of happiness. This is unexpected, and perhaps just as likely to be reversed in a future volume. Because women are devilish. And even if you remember who Miss Archer is, this is not a spoiler because the man to whom she speaks is unidentified. The devilish women in the Jalna series are certainly the reason I keep reading.
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Jul 15, Trish rated it it was amazing Shelves: Book 11 in the Jalna series. This entry in the Jalna series had a bit of everything - from an obsessed woman Sarah fiddling furiously at Finch, young lovers deciding to join religious orders, more Renny - Alayne drama, and even a dachshund puppy!
I really enjoyed this novel and found it a quick read. Lots happened but it moved so fast! On to the next book in my summer Jalna reread. Lisa rated it it was amazing Oct 29, Anna Tuurala rated it it was amazing Jan 04, Daniella Bernett rated it it was amazing Apr 03, Janet Louise rated it really liked it Apr 25, Lavinia rated it it was amazing Jul 29, Sep 03, Julia rated it liked it Shelves: Ok, but I was really annoyed with the Whiteoaks in this book!
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About Mazo de la Roche. Mazo de la Roche. Mazo de la Roche, born Mazo Louise Roche, was the author of the Jalna novels, one of the most popular series of books of her time. The Jalna series consists of sixteen novels that tell the story of the Canadian Whiteoak family from to , although each of the novels can also be enjoyed as an independent story. In the world of the Whiteoaks, as in real life, people live and die, find success Mazo de la Roche, born Mazo Louise Roche, was the author of the Jalna novels, one of the most popular series of books of her time. In the world of the Whiteoaks, as in real life, people live and die, find success and fall to ruin.
For the Whiteoaks, there remains something solid and unchanging in the midst of life's transience--the manor house and its rich surrounding farmland known as "Jalna. Critics think events in the novels reflect de la Roche's dreams, moods, and life experiences.
As the daughter of a traveling businessman, she may have seen the Jalna estate as the roots she never had, while the character Finch, from Finch's Fortune, is thought to be a reflection of herself. Other books in the series. Jalna 1 - 10 of 16 books. Books by Mazo de la Roche. Trivia About Whiteoak Harvest No trivia or quizzes yet.