Separate BedsBook - 2003
Readers have long flocked to the works of LaVyrle Spencer, one of America's most cherished storytellers. From The Fulfillmentto Morning Gloryto Then Came Heaven, her touching, emotionally charged novels have examined love in all its forms. In Separate Beds, two attractive, headstrong people meet-and fireworks ensue. Catherine Anderson and Clay Forrester come from two completely different worlds, but one blind date leaves them forever linked. Clay, a handsome law student, and Catherine, a serious, bookish undergrad, experience an evening they will never forget. Fortified by the beauty of the night, as well as a bottle of wine, they share a night together. A few short months later, Catherine discovers she's pregnant. They agree to a marriage of convenience, an arrangement that suits them both-until they begin to fall in love. Moving and deeply affecting, Separate Bedsis a celebration of the healing power of love.
Publisher: New York : Putnam, 2003
Edition: Putnam hardcover ed
Branch Call Number: FICTION SPE
Characteristics: 453 p. ; 22 cm