In 1920, the three Crenshaw children are orphaned. Brenda despairs over her separation from her brothers. Eventually, she finds solace with her neighbor, Nicholas. Reginald quickly accepts his new life on a farm. After a failed marriage, during World War II, he finds the woman who fills his life with meaning. Mathew grieves most severely. He settles into the life of a poet in France. He finds the love he longed for. Her demise sinks him into deep despair. When he returns to America, he is rescued by a new love. The trials of separation, war, and lost loved ones trigger the human instinct to recover in the Crenshaws. They find acceptable substitutes.... of Long Island. She branched out into the field of interior decorating for the elite patrons of the Hamptons. In a few short years after the ordeal ... It meant that the Dunlops had to relocate to Long Island. His resistance to that arrangement wasanbsp;...
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