“The lovers bear the dual burden of Adam and Eve and of Moses. They see the promised land in their longing’s imagination and enter it only to be expelled from it. Behold the lovers who find in their embrace the illusion of complete union and in fleeting moments even its reality, only to awaken alone in the embrace of another lover.” Hans Morgenthau
Adrienne Morris is author of the epic novel The House on Tenafly Road (Historical Novel Society Editor’s Choice).
“I love classic literary and historical fiction like Margaret Mitchell’s Gone with the Wind, Laila Ibrahim’s Yellow Crocus and Sara Gruen’s Water for Elephants and aim to give readers sweeping historical tales filled with characters to love, hate and sympathize with.”
Adrienne lives on a small family farm with her mini horse and sheep.