The Loves of Kate Livingston is a historic novel, fast paced, romantic, steamy, and escapist reading. Set in 1915 our feisty heroine travels from the debutant balls in Newport to Yellowstone National Park, San Francisco, Hawaii, Paris, New York and the front lines of WWI. Kate wants her life to have meaning, her mother needs her to marry the richest bachelor she can find, fast! Her sweet roommate Lucy is the daughter of Hawaiian missionaries. Abigail, posing as chaperon to the younger girls, is on her way to San Francisco to find her brother. Little does she know he trades in human flesh. There is beauty, music and romance in the world of society. There is tragedy and violence in the Chinese slave trade, sensuous longing under the palm trees in Hawaii and death waiting in the front lines of France. The women find redemption in the arms of the men who love them and in lives and passions experienced to the fullest.
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Diana Humphrey Johnson resides in Charleston, Sc with her husband Jeff Johnson, designer, builder and love of her life. Many dogs and children. Graduate of Barnard College, Columbia University with graduate work at Studio 54. Diana believes everyone needs a daily dose of intelligent escapism, romance and titillation.
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Book Description CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. Paperback. Book Condition: VERY GOOD. Very Good copy, cover and pages show some wear from reading and storage. Binding may have light creases. Lots of life left in these pages. Bookseller Inventory # 2687525259