Hemingway was a lion of a man, full of big appetites,
bravado, and a soul eating talent. Mariella needs a steady income to take
care of her sisters and a mother who cannot deal with the death of her
husband. Employment in the Hemmingway house on Key West is the answer to
her prayers, but her heated attraction to the man of the house complicates
matters. Gavin is shattered by his memories of WWI; he is in the Florida
Keys to work on the roads with a lot of other Vets. Mariella could give
him a chance at a new life. While tensions brew between Mariella and the
two men, a hurricane is bearing down on the Keys. If you enjoyed The
Paris Wife, this story will give you an interesting look at Hemmingway’s
life with his second wife, Pauline.
In the tradition of "The Paris Wife," an unforgettable novel featuring ErnestHemingway in Key West of the 1930s.
About the Author
Erika Robuck is a contributor to popular fiction blog, Writer Unboxed, and maintains her own blog called Muse. She is a member of The Hemingway Society and The Historical Novel Society.