The Man Who Loved His Wife

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William Scott married Zara O’Mear, a dying girl who was considered ‘unfit for marriage’. Though friends and family advised against it, William saw in her what others failed to see. And Zara likewise saw in William what all others could not begin to understand. Theirs was a love both of this world, and beyond the worldly. A love story about the marriage of two souls. Contains adult content. More

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Language: English
ISBN: 9781465898609
About Kate Walker

Hi, I'm Kate Walker.

I live in Australia and I've been writing since 1977, and I love it. Writing is the only thing I want to do when I get up in the morning. I'd write all day long if I could. Which is just as well, because I'm one of the slowest writers on the planet. It takes me an age to write anything. I do dozens of drafts. Even a short story can take me years to complete.

Because of the vast differences in what I write – Children’s Books, YA & Adult stories – I've posted my work on separate web pages. Please see: - & -

I also taught Creative Writing for 20+ years and I’ve just published two booklets of exercises that cover the creative approach I developed. Because my first classes were with students with learning difficulties, I had to find a whole new way of teaching writing … and I did. Please see:

There's an accomplished Romance writer of the same name – Kate Walker. She’s from the UK and publishes with Mills & Boon and Harlequin. If you’ve come to this page looking for her, you’ll find her home page at: Greetings, Kate.

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Review by: Inge Moore on Oct. 19, 2012 :
Loved this story! It was set in the past and had a formal feel to it. Interesting characters. Well-written. Emotionally convincing.
(review of free book)

Review by: Inge Bremer on Feb. 07, 2012 :
Wonderful story of passion and compassion and accepting realities. Definitely good reading for young people to understand better what love means - quite a different take on it than that presented in magazines and most movies.Handling of sexual content is superb. Inge
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