A touching story of redemptive love. I enjoy this writer very much. Her descriptions of the setting and of her characters feelings are so well chosen; she makes every word count.
"The happiness or contentment or resignation or whatever it was a person felt when the repeated customs of her life had become that life itself."
It's a story of a caretaker who finds a baby left on the door step and the landowner near the end of her life who shares his love and care for the child.
I would read this one again.
Published: 2002 Read: June 2012 Genre: Fiction