Molly finds Fielding Graves on a city street, takes him home, feeds him soup, puts his jeans through the wash, lends him her father’s razor, and marries him. Marrying a man for his beauty flips tradition on its head and seems like a wonderful idea at first. Unfortunately, Fielding squanders their money and quickly loses interest in a settled life soon after they have a son. Habit was a lovely chain leading Molly through life until the mantra of “was I so easy to leave?” puts a chink in her armor. Molly soon is forced to open her home to strangers, questionable masterpieces, romance, and more betrayal when she realizes she can no longer indulge in a “Picnic in Eden.”
The book’s style will appeal to readers who enjoy a woman’s story of love, disenchantment, and eventual self-empowerment all set against Manhattan’s artistic community. It’s a suspense-driven novel filled with love, sex, betrayal and self-discovery.“
About the Author
Martha Moffett is a self-described word-on-the-
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