Antonios Wife

Read Antonios Wife Author Jacqueline Dejohn From The Glamorous Uptown World Of Opera To The Seedy Underbelly Of New York City S Worst Tenements, A Page Turning Roller Coaster Ride Of Kidnappings, Betrayals, Bribes, Hidden Identities, And Twisted IntriguesBy 1908 Francesca Frascatti Has Reached The Pinnacle Of Success In The Opera World A Fiery Haired Neapolitan Diva With An Infamously Volatile Temperament, Francesca Secretly Aches With Regret For Having Given Up Her Daughter, Maria Grazia, On The Road To Stardom, And She Has Come To America To Find Her And Make Amends By Night Francesca Appears As Tosca, Alternately Delighting And Tyrannizing The Manhattan Opera House By Day, She And Dante Romano, A Detective Posing As Her Lover, Search For Her Daughter, Who Has Reportedly Moved To America To Find A Better Life Francesca And Dante Must Brave A Sordid Maze Of Black Hand Spies, Corrupt Tammany Hall Police Officers, And Greedy Hooligans To Reach Maria Grazia Before Her Cunning And Haughty Grandfather Can Spirit Her Away To Italy And Out Of Her Scandalous Mother S Reach Forever.At The Opera House, Mina DiGianni, A Gentle Italian Lace Maker From The Lower East Side Tenements, Becomes Francesca S Costume Dresser And Confidante Like Francesca, Mina Is Haunted By Her Past, And By A Secret She S Been Keeping Caught Between The Joyful Hope Of A New Child Growing Inside Her And The Painful Reality Of Her Husband S Abuse And Philandering, Mina Discovers New Possibilities While Working For Francesca And Is Bewildered To Find Herself Falling In Love With Dante When Mina S Husband And His Mistress Betray Her, Mina Realizes The Terrible Price Her Choices Have Exacted As Mina And Francesca S Worlds Intertwine, And Then Collide In A Shocking Turn Of Events, Both Women Face The Greatest Challenges Of Their Lives To Finally Lay Their Pasts To Rest And To Embrace The Present.Antonios Wife

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  • Hardcover
  • 448 pages
  • Antonios Wife
  • Jacqueline Dejohn
  • English
  • 25 May 2017
  • 0060558008

10 thoughts on “Antonios Wife

  1. says:

    Not a bad story Enough twists to keep interesting Mina was a good character and story line.

  2. says:

    I liked it, BUTnot enough to finish it The characters felt a little unreal to me For example, Antonio s mistress is just evil and lustful She doesn t have much else, and while I m sure that there is the occasional person like this, it made her seem wooden Also, Mina is sexually attracted to Dante right away, despite the fact that she apparently has been raped and beaten a zillion times with her husband I m not saying someone who has been abused can t be attracted to someone, but I have a I liked it, BUTnot enough to finish it The characters felt a little unreal to me For example, Antonio s mistress is just evil and lustful She doesn t have much else, and while I m sure th...

  3. says:

    My favorite kind of historical fiction in the sense of rich detail One problem I had though was with the story Sometimes the author would end a chapter or section having just completed a crucial conversation or event She would begin that next section or chapter in the mi...

  4. says:

    its probably because i just got out of a bad relationship with a scumbag of the same name, but this book was sort of my way of seeking revenge the plot was kind of see through halfway through the book but then it twisted closer to the e...

  5. says:

    B DeJohn came to my RA class to speak and I didn t like her Her book impressed me, but Mina was annoying and a weak main character Otherwise, enjoyable Too many characters and plots and subplots but she handled it okay.

  6. says:

    Despite questionable character development the lead character is remarkably ahead of her time in her thoughts on race relations , this book had me hooked from the moment I picked it up.

  7. says:

    This had some wonderful characters and I loved the little twists and turns in the story.

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