The Summer of 1848 (The Olivia Series )

The Summer of The Olivia Series Olivia and Mourning thought they had succeeded in creating a home of sorts The credible lie that concealed their secret enabled them to live with their son all under the same roof They had a means of

  • Title: The Summer of 1848 (The Olivia Series )
  • Author: Yael Politis
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  • Page: 369
  • Format: Kindle Edition
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    Olivia and Mourning thought they had succeeded in creating a home of sorts The credible lie that concealed their secret enabled them to live with their son, all under the same roof They had a means of support They had friends But something is wrong This life has begun to feel confining and unsustainable Mourning needs to get away for a while and leaves Olivia to struOlivia and Mourning thought they had succeeded in creating a home of sorts The credible lie that concealed their secret enabled them to live with their son, all under the same roof They had a means of support They had friends But something is wrong This life has begun to feel confining and unsustainable Mourning needs to get away for a while and leaves Olivia to struggle with her own choices Can they force the impossible to become possible and remain a family

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    • Jo-Ann Murphy says:

      I love this book as much as I have the rest of the Olivia Series.I was a bit concerned at the beginning of the book because Olivia and Mourning are separated again. But as the story progresses, it makes perfect sense and they each have their own adventures that add to their growth.Olivia gets to explore her emotional life and experience dating and love. Mourning gets to experience life as a black man in America outside of white society. So it is a rich experience for the reader as we go through [...]

    • Elma Schemenauer says:

      The author caught my attention almost immediately with the problems between Olivia and Mourning. When Mourning leaves, the tension increases as we wonder what he will do, whether he will return, and how Olivia and their son will fare in his absence. I like the fact that the story is presented from alternating viewpoints, Olivia's and Mourning's.The author is good at depicting action and adventure, which Mourning experiences plenty of as he travels. She includes interesting historical information [...]

    • Sheila says:

      It’s the summer of 1848 in a novel that continues Yael Politis’ Olivia saga, building on well-researched history and well-drawn characters, taking the reader into the minds of a white woman finding time, at last, for emotion; a black man finding pride in his world and his future; and a kind man touched by the faint possibility of love.Readers could pick this novel up without having read the others. They would find a convincing world together with a storyline that switches between Olivia and [...]

    • Yvonne says:

      I *love* this series and especially this latest volume continuing the pre-Civil War story line starring Olivia and Mourning Free. It meets all the requirements of my favorite novels: a compelling story that keeps you reading, characters you get to know well and whom you care about, and (especially important with historical novels) so well researched, in great detail, that it seems quite authentic. I've read all the books in this series and recommend them all to lovers of great fiction. Can't wai [...]

    • Lauren says:

      in this installment Olivia wakes up to find mourning free is gone. he has always talked about finding his own place in life and has not wanted to bother her. after she gets done morning him she slowly moves on and ends up with a booming business and a new man. I love Olivia and Mourning together and was sad that it didn't work out. however for the time frame the book takes place that makes a lot of sense. the author does an amazing job taking you back in history and including you in the story an [...]

    • Karen says:

      Loved this book!! I've got to say, the author knows how to end a story! She has me eagerly waiting the next book so I can see what happens with my favorite characters in the future! Excellent story, loved the interchange and relationship between Mourning and Lester, and continue to enjoy the friendship of Olivia and Michelle!

    • John Guerrieri says:

      Not the ending that I wanted, but for the best for that era. Would like to read the next book to see if Yael adds more characters and to see more about Mourning and Charlie. I love this series of books. Have a lot of admiration for both Mourning's and Olivia's morality.

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