|Title||:||At Home with the Jardines|
|Number of Pages||:||322|
At Home with the Jardines Reviews
An interesting story about the marriage of Aubrey and Faith Jardine and all the trials and tribulations of their domestic life, problems with their house, relatives, guests, their cook and other domestic staff, all narrated in an "innocent" and charming way evocative of the time period.Just a light, frothy read and you have to remember as the reader the time this was set and written in and to appreciate the morals and way of life of the day so at times though it sounds archaic in its tone and vi [...]
I call this a romance, but mind you, the characters are already married at the beginning. They're newly, newly weds. This is totally a "Chick lit", and it will definitely send you into laughter, perhaps even wiping your eyes. It's told by the main character, named Faith Jardine, and it tells of her life married to "the Angel" as she affectionately calls him. The characters are full of believable flaws, and you find yourself really relating to this early 1900's American couple.
A lot of things I just couldn't really get excited about here. Light reading with fantasy of a different kind than I usually read. It wasn't horrible, but the word inane comes to mind.