After nearly fifty years of marriage Betty Weissmann loses her Manhattan apartment when her husband files for divorce. Betty's two grown daughters, Annie and Miranda,find themselves in financial and romantic tumult as well. They are saved by dear cousin, Lou, who loans the three a cottage in Westport. With Jane Austen's "Sense and Sensibility" as her template, Cathleen Schine has created an engaging novel of manners set in contemporary times. — Maureen M.S., Edina Library

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