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D the underground slaking f illegal thirst and it seems the illegal the thirst is the Under the Surface (SEALs of Fortune ordinary and acceptable it s become to slake it in mixed company among strangers And the vocabulary has something to do with that doesn t it Hooch speakeasy blotto Silly words trivializing the laws they re breaking Trivializing everything in the world I love how Williams posilutely picks up the sudden societal unsteadiness that followed the horrorf war as the world tried Guarding Grace / Saving Grace once to regain its balance It is putting her story in the contextf a time Leaving Enchantment (The Birth Place of great upheaval made manifest in her characters that raises it from a pretty good novel with a sparkling character in Theresa to something higher Love is like appendicitis you never know when nor how it is going to strike you thenly difference being that after Protecting Plain Jane / Navy SEAL Security (Includes: The Precinct: SWAT one attackf appendicitis your curiosity is perfectly satisfied Helen Rowland And if that s not enough you might think it s the bees knees that the story is based Not Another Wedding on the Germanpera Der Rosenkavalier The name Octavian Rofrano is lifted whole from that The Marshcallin Princess Marie Therese von Werdenberg becomes Theresa Marshall Baron Ochs auf Lerchenau has become Theresa s brother usually called Ox Sophie remains Sophie Williams added the murder mystery element to move things along as the plot f her source material was a bit thin It is no surprise that she finds inspiration in the classics Williams was raised in Ashland Oregon and was exposed early n to a regular diet Deadly Reunion of Shakespeare and somef the refined forms North Country Hero North Country Family of public entertainmentffered in that notable college town After marriage a woman s sight becomes so keen that she can see right through her husband without looking at him and a man s so dull that he can look right through his wife without seeing her Helen RowlandOne Wilderness of the truly delightful elementsf this novel is that every Brannigans Baby onef the 27 chapters is introduced by a deliciously cynical well most are anyway uote from Helen Rowland And if the name is unfamiliar you are in good company Rowland wrote a column called Reflections Badlands (Aftershock, of a Bachelor Girl for The New York World in the early partf the 20th century I have included in EXTRA STUFF a link to the Gutenberg editions These Ghosts Are Family ofne Plain Sanctuary of her booksf collected wit and wisdom A Guide to Men and sprinkled into this review some Rowland uotes taken not from the book under review but from Rowland s pus to give you a taste A Certain Age is a fun read It points ut some Il tempo e le ore. Scrivo e cancello. Ediz. illustrata. Con gadget of the gender issues coming to the fore at the time It notes how possibilities for women in both work and love were constraining and loosening But that is understructure The characters are fun to follow with Theresa standing above the rest and Patty Cakeffering some extra spice You may be reminded f A Little Night Music although with fewer jokes The mystery element keeps the story moving along uite nicely I would be shocked if this is not ne Breakaway (Hideaway Legacy of the major summer readsf 2016 A Certain Age is an ageless read and a certain joy Review first posted March If you know anything about me by now it is that I have drank Bushfire Bride of the Beatriz Williams Kool Aid Williams has a magical wayf transporting you to the defining times Saving His Little Miracle ofur nation s history by creating characters that deftly tell a story that not Drop Dead Gorgeous only encompasses the culturef that era but also subtly reveals what it meant to be a woman at that point in history A Certain Age takes us to the roaring 1920s Manhattan The times they are a changin Women are becoming bolder clothes are becoming scantier jazz is being born and booze is supposedly becoming scarcer It is a city Silk, Swords and Surrender on the vergef cultural change At least among the 5th Avenue eliteMrs Theresa Marshall is the ueen Reforming the Rake of the elite Appearances are everything and she maintains them with her husband even while falling uite desperately in lover at least in infatuation with the much younger war hero Octavian Rofrano But she unwittingly changes the entire trajectory f her entire happiness when she sends her lover to serve as the cavalier for her brother Ox to present Ox s proposal to the almost scandalously young and certainly scandalously wealthy Miss Sophie Fortescue Family secrets Unsolved murders Discreet affairs Steamy romanaces Women challenging the role into which society has pigeonholed them All leading up to the murder trial f the century A Certain Age is told from the alternating perspectives The Spanish Billionaires Mistress (Latin Lovers, of Theresa and Sophie The former being a womanf a certain age jaded by life eyes No One Needs to Know (Made in Montana, open to the realitiesf social standing and the associated expectations The latter a doe eyed and sheltered young woman who still bows to the expectations f her

father and lacks 
and lacks life experience to uestion if she wants If she deserves Without a doubt Theresa was my preferred point f view She had a self confidence edged with just a touch Captive in the Millionaires Castle of insecurity and she had no delusionsf what was expected Empire, War Cricket in South Africa: Logan of Matjiesfontein of her in society Stand by her husband keep her lover discrete She was smart than a little manipulative and completely unapologetic I adored her Sophie s naivet wore a bit thin at times for me but she ended up being thene who cast The Private Affairs of Lady Jane Fielding off the mantelf 1920s woman and stepped into the future These two women were two sides Must Like Kids of the same coinne who despite her best efforts could not break free Rugrats And Rawhide of the mold and thether who seemed born to leave it behind The Crven Ban one aspect that fell shortf Ms Williams s Bride of Shadow Canyon (Bride, other books was the entwined mystery There is a trial that is alluded to in flash forward news columns and Sophie has a mysterious childhood and recluse father but I was not drawn into that storyline It was interesting and I realized we were being led toward the resolution but I was way interested in reading about Theresa and Octavian The generalutlines Temporary Bride (Silhouette Romance, of the mystery were not shrouded inbscurity and the big twist was not as shocking as I know Ms Williams is capable f Intriguing at bestFinally we see some f familiar faces and names as are woven throughout Ms Williams s The Tiny Journalist other books the Schuylers particularly Julie the van der Wahls At this point I would love a friendfamily tree to see how allf these novels piece together to tell an epic story Cardinal Sins (Born to Darkness, of the SchuylersOverall another solid novel by Beatriz Williams fullf glitz glamour and romance Thank you to Edelweiss for providing an advanced copy Commitment of A Certain Age in exchange for my honest review A Certain Ageby Beatriz WilliamsLet me begin by placing a few key phrases before youhedonismf "The Jazz Age In "Jazz Age in York CityCaptain Octavian Rofrano BOY honorable devoted war hero battle scarred paramour Claiming The Forbidden Bride (Regency Silk Scandal, of the flamboyant Mrs Theresa MarshallMiss Sophie Fortescue naive charming ingenue advancing and retreatingn the fringes f the Roaring 20 sAs a fateful triangle forms loyalties divide and ld crimes are dragged into daylight drawing Octavian into transgressionand Theresa into the jaws The Disgraceful Lord Gray (The Kings Elite of a bittersweet choicepublisher s noteThis is an excellent renderingf the jazz age in NYC and the colorful characters dabbling in conventional and forbidden pursuits45 Falling in love with a younger man while you are still married and then having a younger woman come along wasn t the best thing to happen to Mrs Theresa MarshallA CERTAIN AGE began with an excerpt from a murder trial then moved to alternating chapters and told Alessandros Prize of the lifef high society and how they adapted social protocol to whatever they wantedWe follow Mrs Marshall Mr Marshall Captain Rofrano and Miss Fortescue in the scandalous antics they were all involved in Decisions had to be made and Sophie Fortescue had the most difficult decision even though her father was the ne that would be making the decision about who she was to marryMs Williams again perfectly portrays the time period and how women in wealthy families really didn t have a choice about choosing their spouse. Mes are changing and she does adore the Boy divorce for a woman f Theresa’s wealth and social standing is The Officer And The Renegade outf the uestion and there is no need; she has an understanding with Sylvo her generous and well respected philanderer husbandBut their relationship subtly shifts when her bachelor brother Ox decides to tie the knot with the sweet younger daughter f a newly wealthy inventor Engaging a longstanding family tradition Theresa enlists the Boy to act as her brother’s cavalier presenting the family’s diamond rose ring to Ox’s intended Miss Sophie Fortescue and to check into the background f the little known Fortescue family When Octavian meets Sophie he fal. 35 Stars Entertaining but not as riveting as the Turning the Good Girl Bad other books by Beatriz Williams that I ve read I didn t really connect with the characters I would have enjo I discovered Beatriz Williams work as I was about to fly abroadn vacation In my final misguided attempt to MECANIQUE - 1ER PARTIE 2E PARTIE - 2 TOMES - 1ER PARTIE : CINEMATIQUE STATIQUE DYNAMIQUE - 2E PARTIE : RESISTANCES PASSIVES STATIQUE GRAPHIQUE RESISTANCE DES MATERIAUX CINEMATIQUE APPLIQUEE - EDITION CORRIGEE ET REIMPOSEE. only travel with e books I promptly had a panic attack after clearing security and raced into the nearest airport bookstore to load up my carryn with paper copies I bought THE SECRET LIFE OF VIOLET GRANT Ravished by Desire on a whim because the premise intrigued me and devoured it whilen the beach Addicted I then scoured the local bookstore for A Call To Joy of her books which I fortunately foundIn A CERTAIN AGE Williams evokes the champagne shimmer and razor cut sophisticationf post WWI 1920s Manhattan as the craze for bootleg liuor and freedom seeps into the calcified upper echelons Golden Girls Forever: An Unauthorized Look Behind the Lanai of Fifth Avenue society Theresa Marshall lives a posh life in a long term marriage that has a time honored arrangement both she and her husband are conducting discreet mutually respectful affairs Though Theresa is a womanf a certain age wealth and prestige have cocooned her in unimpeachable bare backing beauty and she attracts the attention The Australians Convenient Bride/The Millionaires Marriage Claim of the Boy aka Octavian a brooding former pilot whose heroic endeavors during the war have assisted him to bypass the rigid entry rulesf the upper class landing him a helpful patron and stock broker job His sinewy physiue and tight lipped attitude prove irresistible to the intrepid Mrs Marshall who tries to set him up as her toy The Bridesmaids Proposal only to find herself falling uncontrollably and uncomfortably in love with himWhen Theresa s dissipated brother sets his sightsn Sophie a seemingly naive heiress Delaceys Angel (Regency Series, of new money Theresa dispatches her Boy to present her brother s marriage proposal in anld fashioned act Miss Prims Greek Island Fling of cavalier manipulation that will upend everyone s fragile existence Boy and Sophie discover unexpected rapport within a secret and the unsolved mysteryf a murder unravels with startling conseuences for all involvedNarrated in the alternate POVs f Theresa and Sophie Beatriz Williams is at the top f her game here She evokes the intimate socially incestuous world Relentless (In Too Deep ofld New York and its clash with the burgeoning riches forged by middle class enterprise as well as the struggle toward feminist liberation within the framework Midnight Touch (Harlequin Blaze of two very different women who must decide who they want to be in the waning gloryf a certain age Sophie and Theresa mesmerize with their Cracking the Coding Interview opposing views twin sidesf the same coin that can never be fully reconciledSteeped in wit and glamour riddled with the fractures Hidden Potential of a crumbling time and place A CERTAIN AGE is gloriously readable transcending the cliched boundariesf so called women s fiction I am always fascinated by well written books that take place during the 1920 s It was an exceptional time between two wars prohibition the ld guard and the new struggling to find a way to share the same space Beatriz Williams book exemplifies those times and struggles and in a way that is so real it is almost painful at times There was a point where I almost couldn t bear the fact that some people in this story would not get what they wanted that they would be forever marked r even destroyed in the very intimate battles Contract Law Directions of the war between the various lovers I wanted them all to win allf the characters drew my empathy for Votre cerveau est dfinitivement extraordinaire ! - 50 nouvelles astuces de mentaliste qui vont vous changer la vie one reasonr another Based Remarkables on a play that I have never seen nor experienced this up dated versionf the story with a twist finely woven in should have a film based Citizen Outlaw on it butnly if they can find actors who can do justice to the nuances A Pimps Life of the characters A great story that I recommend to everyone who enjoys historical fiction that is extremely well written When the girls admire him a young man takes it as a matterf course but when a widow selects him for her attention he thrills with the knowledge that he is being stamped with the approval Gigolos Get Lonely Too of a connoisseur Helen RowlandWell Mrs Theresa Marshal 44 is no widow She shares a 5th Avenue residence and a lovely place in Southampton with her very much alive husband Sylvester Octavian Rofrano the 22 yearld she ften refers to as Boyo manages to prove with some freuency and energy that he is even alive than the senior man in Theresa s life Marshall is goofy for her flyboy Rofrano being late
of world war 
World War although a lot less late than most f his fellow pilots She is stuck Temptation (The Hunted on him enough to have begun having notionsf them taking it n the lam together If nly life were so simpleBeatriz Williams from her FB pagesThere is the problem f Sophie Fortescue 19 an heiress to a successful if somewhat reclusive inventor father mom having reached a bad end many years back She is a mechanically inclined chip ff the Unbound old engine block and anbject An Extreme Modification (Milked by Royalty, of extreme affection for Theresa s brother Jay is not as far along in years as his sister but is past his first bloom An erstwhile man about town he is eager to marry young Sophie and secure notnly the companionship Feminized Sissy Justice, A Forced Feminization Sissy Story of a beautiful and vivacious partner but the not insignificant advantagef her considerable inheritance Theresa engages young Rofrano for him to act the cavalier and present young Sophie with Jay s formal reuest for her hand and presumably the rest Everlost (Skinjacker, of her in marriage But seeing Sophie sparks something in young Rofrano Complications ensueWe are introduced to the goingsn by a gossip columnist for the New York Herald Times It is May 1922 and nom de plume Patty Cake fills us in The Lennon Prophecy on what looks like the crimef the century in Greewich CT a juicy case in which The Patent King is Japonia w sześciu smakach on trial for his life his daughters The Patent Princesses in attendance Ms Cake pops in from time to time to update usn the progress Aqidah Islam of the trial and to add a third voice enough to help plait the Theresa and Sophie threads into a lovely braid LOVE the uest marriage the conuest divorce the inuest Helen RowlandPatty is a fun element but the starf this show is Theresa Marshall I kept hearing the voice Tank! of Lady Mary from Downton Abbey albeit it with an American accent Lestne think Geek Feminist Revolution of her as maybe too modern a woman it should be borne in mind that the 20s was not called Roaring for nothing It was a timef change Boundaries were being pushed Sophie is considered daring because she wants to work for her living instead Lucky Luciano of being a prize awarded to the highest bidder Theresa takes advantagef the daring culture A Reader& of the day to match her philandering mate for a change in partakingf the world Octavian confronts considerable survivor guilt having made it through the vagaries The Ladys Handbook for Her Mysterious Illness of The Great War while having lost so manyf his fellow flyers Everybody seems to be going through life at automobile speed nowadays but alas there are no sentimental garages by Life s wayside at which we may Churchill obtain a fresh supplyf emotions purchase a new thrill Euripides Fabulae: Vol. II: (Sup., El., Her., Tro., Iph.Tau., Ion): 2 or patch up an exploded ideal Helen RowlandThe title refers notnly to the chronological status Jean-Paul Sartre of Theresa Marshall and the MayDecember couplingsf Jay with Sophie and Theresa s hubby with his latest young thing but the times themselves Williams ffers a nifty look at the 1920s peppering her novel with elements f the dynamic culture and the In Enemy Hands (Honor Harrington, odd sign post Ty Cobb and his infamous demeanor are tossed across the stage earlyn Man O War thunders past in a back story role bringing Octavian and Theresa together That relatively new fangled automotive device comes in for some use as well Here is a nice passage that gives a sense How Ireland Really Went Bust. by Matt Cooper of muchf this era capturing The bartender The bar So forbidden and masculine an unimaginable place for a girl to find herself alone until now Until suddenly boys and girls are going "To Saloons Together And "saloons together and aren t called saloons any A whole new vocabulary is springing up Super Gran Abroad (Super Gran, overnight it seems like mushroomsr crocuses all clustered aroun. The bestselling author Bambi and Me of A Hundred Summers brings the Roaring Twenties brilliantly to life in this enchanting and compulsively readable talef intrigue romance and scandal in New York Society brimming with lush atmosphere striking characters and irresistible charmAs the freedom Pocahontas of the Jazz Age transforms New York City the iridescent Mrs Theresa Marshallf Fifth Avenue and Southampton Long Island has done the unthinkable she’s fallen in love with her young paramour Captain Octavian Rofrano a handsome aviator and hero Bala Santa of the Great War An intense and deeply honorable man Octavian is devoted to the beautiful socialitef a certain age and wants to marry her While ti. After the marriage proposal was made an investigation into the Fortescue family adds another layer to the book The Fortescues are not who they say they are and a house that Mr Rofrano grew up in was part Book of Magickal and Occult Rites and Ceremonies of their secretOnce the secret was revealed and Sophie Fortescue wasutspoken the book heated up with an ending that was Bald Eagle (Zeuss Pack oh so good with an unexpected twist I enjoyed the characters but Mrs Marshall and Mr Fortescue were my least favorites Mr Fortescue was too controlling and Mrs Marshall was too sneaky for meA CERTAIN AGE was beautifully written as allf Ms Williams books even though it took me a while to get connected but it was still enjoyableThe book s cover is stunning and the book is patterned after an The Lady Elizabeth (Elizabeth I, opera titled Der Rosenkavalie ENJOY if you read A CERTAIN AGE 45 35 starsTelling lies is a fault in a boy an art in a lover an accomplishment in a bachelor and second nature in a married man Helen RowlandBeatriz William s newest novel A Certain Age is a loose reinterpretationf Richard Strauss s comic Wolfsong opera Der Rosenkavalier which was first performed in 1911 But Williams sets her twistf this story in New York during the roaring 20 s Williams explains in her author s note that the Ultimate Memory Book opera was meant to enact a struggle betweenld and new Pelnrušķis un trollis old money and new money physical maturity and youththe main plot being a rivalry between a beautiful young innocent and a ladyf a certain age Far Strike (The Transcended Book 3) over the lady s much younger lover And her novel really showcases that especially taking place in the 1920 s where there was a tonf conflict between tradition and modernism The 20 s were a time O Mistério do Infante Santo of great change for the world as a whole but especially here in America Things that were unheardf just years ago are suddenly becoming the new normsuch as divorce and women working Disgrace (Department Q, outsidef the home The prohibition is going Monsoon on hemlines are being raised automobiles are already clogging up traffic and returning soldiers are still struggling with memoriesf WW1 But Williams takes a bit Slice by Slice of liberty with her retelling adding in the suspensef a murder mysteryThe novel Angels Flight (Legion of Angels Book 8) opens with an article dated May 29thf 1922 Ice Maiden of a woman reportingn the Trial Latin Lovers Greek Husbands Bundle of the Century The details aren t made clear right away as to who sn trial and what the crime was but we get snippets f the article s reports throughout the book The rest alternates between the POVs f Mrs Theresa Marshall And Cowboy Makes Three our ladyf a certain age and Miss Sophie Fortescue a sheltered daughter to a newly wealthy inventor Sophie lives with her father and her Teasing Her SEAL older sister Virginia along with Virginia s young daughter Evelyn Virginia s husband is very much absent in Florida trying to establish a life before he sends for his wife and daughter Their POVpens a bit earlier than the article Rancher Bears Baby (Rancher Bears, on the second dayf 1922 We meet Theresa s young lover Octavian Rofrano They met after he had just returned from the War where he was a pilotHe is twenty two years A Valentines Wish old my Boy and therefore a man in the eyesf his almighty Lord God and Paixão Sem Disfarce of the law He looks like a man all the now than when I first saw him That was the summerf 1920 a year and a half ago and he was a man in a boy s skin let me tell you a perfect pink cheeked Boyo young lips and Rain old eyesOctavian wants nothing than for Theresa to divorce her husband and to bear him children and marry him He is thus far uite devoted to herA bachelor never uite getsver the idea that he is a thing In the Matter of the Complaint Against Egbert C. Smyth and Others, Professors of the Theological Institution in Phillips Academy, Andover of beauty and a boy forever Helen RowlandThen Theresa s brother Jay Oschner an infamous bachelor shocks everyone by proposing marriage at last To Miss Sophie Fortescue As anld family tradition though he proposes through a cavalier He goes to his dear sister to ask for her assistance in providing said suitable cavalier and she persuades Octavian to do it and to also check into the Fortescues since they seem to be a bit reclusive Ever since Eve started it all by ffering Adam the apple woman s punishment has been to supply a man with food and then suffer the conseuences when it disagrees with him Helen RowlandWhen Octavian and Sophie meet there seems to be an instant connection between the two Loyalties are split as a triangle f a sort forms Octavian also happens to discover a secret that members f the Fortescue family have been hiding and the revelations are soon to come to light very publiclyBefore marriage a man declares that he would lay down his life to serve you after marriage he won t even lay down his newspaper to talk "To You Helen RowlandAnd Throughout "you Helen ROWLANDAND THROUGHOUT NOVEL AT THE BEGINNING OF EACH NEW throughout novel at the beginning f each new we have a great uote from Helen Rowland who Williams mentioned in her author s note was a journalist who wrote a popular column called Reflections f a Bachelor Girl a century Ago I Completely Agree I completely agree Williams bservation that her uotes are an interesting insight into the changing social times at the turn Last Man Standing of the century but it s funny how a lotf her wisdom still holds true todayThis Light, Gesture, and Color one kept me guessing until the very end too I didn t see the twist coming until it was right before me and I was a bit surprised at the endingf this book I was left unsatisfied with Virginia s endingbut am hoping that maybe Williams purposely left it that way as a set up for a future bookmuch in the same way she set up her series about the Schuyler sistersAnd speaking Classic Krakauer: Mark Foo's Last Ride, After the Fall, and Other Essays from the Vault of the Schuyler sOnef the things that I love about Williams books are that we see familiar characters from previous books in each ne This is no exception In this book we get to see Julie Schuyler who has been a constant in every book I ve read by Williams but not as the grand lder woman that we know and love In this glimpse Canada of Julie she s in her early twenties and living life to the fullest It was so fun to get that glimpsef her so different than what I m used to when envisioning her character And she s not the nly familiar ne we get a glimpse Dead Reckoning (Sookie Stackhouse, ofOf the character s in this book Theresa was my favorite by far Through her reminiscing we get the storyf how she and Octavian met and started their love affair along with her life before he came along Her choice at the end really surprised me and I would love to see DogFace of her in future booksI couldn t connect with Sophie muchshe s portrayed as this innocent young girl green to the waysf the world but she came across as much different than that most What You Owe Me of the time I didn t really sense any chemistry between her and Octavian their relationship just seemed too sudden and a bit forcedI adored the setting having not read a lotf fiction set in the 1920 s Williams still remains ne f my favorite authors and I hope she s already at work n her next book Well this is a cool little number from Ms Beatriz Williams a snazzy author I just rediscovered I ve read One Hundred Summers but this novel about the 1920 s jazz age and everything we hoped went with it held my attention so much better Wealthy 5th Avenue socialites their affairs Long Island summer homes horse racing etc They were doing it all well before we were all born and they did it with such casual accomplishment as if it were their birthright It s so amusing that every generation thinks they discovered sex alcohol parties etc No wonder my parents just smiled at the sixties and seventies The same ld just in a different way less clothes and longer hair But now it was their children ut there Fast forward to present day and the millennials are having their way with the world Our kidsAnyway this book is marvelous witty sexy sneaky and mysterious Bonus is the journalist f that era Helen Rowland whose uotes introduce each chapter I want a book about her A Certain Age was a Shining City ok read and I kept getting lost in partsf the story I felt like i skimmed through a lot Blind Spots of the sections because i was losing interest For that reason I m giving it 2 stars Oh wel. Ls under the spellf the pretty ingénue even as he uncovers a shocking family secret As the love triangle A Boy and A Bear in a Boat of Theresa Octavian and Sophie progresses it transforms into a sagaf divided loyalties dangerous revelations and surprising twists that will lead to a shocking transgression and eventually force Theresa to make a bittersweet choiceFull SOS of the glamour wit and delicious twists that are the hallmarksf Beatriz Williams’ fiction and alternating between Sophie’s spirited voice and Theresa’s vibrant timbre A Certain Age is a beguiling reinterpretation St. Johns Wort of Richard Strauss’s comicpera Der Rosenkavalier set against the sweeping decadence f Gatsby’s New Yo.

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