Half Rose by Mary Lewis
Half rose: A Rose by Mary Lewis. The main plot of the book is about a couple whose relationship is getting to the brink of divorce, after the woman’s husband has left the house. When her mother finds out about this, she decides to help her daughter move on and to help her daughter move in with her mother. In the meantime, the two women find that they have a lot in common.
At first the characters of Half Rose feel a little bit shallow. There are so many things that both women have in common, that it’s not until the last third of the book that these similarities start to become real. At that point, I was interested because it seemed like Mary Lewis had was writing about her own life and experience in the same way that she wrote about the story about the women who are involved in this story. It’s almost as if she were writing about herself.
By the end of Half Rose I felt like I understood where Mary Lewis got some of her ideas about relationships, love, and even the nature of marriages. She also wrote in a language that was more appealing to me than what I’ve seen a lot of writers use. It seems as if she understands how a man thinks when he’s involved in a relationship.
That is a different way of looking at relationships than most authors use. But it’s one that doesn’t require you to be an expert in relationships. And it also allows the reader to better understand the characters, which means that the book ends up being better for it.
So if you are looking for a book that is not very long but offers some insights into relationships, this is probably a good choice. I know that it was for me. Although I haven’t read many of Mary Lewis’ other novels, I have read plenty of hers, including the recently released The Unkindest Cut. Those books are both extremely popular, and they also offer insights into relationships.
If you want to try reading a book that offers insight into relationships and also provides some good insights into the characters in the book, then look no further. This is the one I would recommend. It’s well-written and I found it to be very enjoyable to read.
I’m also impressed that Mary Lewis decided to write this book under a pen name. For someone with as many fans as she has, that was a real bold move. It also shows just how deep her imagination can go.
I also appreciate that she didn’t try to sell anything in this book. She wanted readers to get a little glimpse into the lives of the people in this book, but she also wants readers to enjoy themselves while doing it.