The Two-Family House by: Lynda Cohen Loigman

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The Two-Family HouseThe Two-Family House by Lynda Cohen Loigman
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Love is always forgiving

I loved the relationship dynamics of this family prose. You meet two brothers Abe and Mort. Mort is a numbers guy and does not relate well to others. Abe he is relational and warm and is different from his brother Mort. Because they are so different, their mother fixed it that they would share the family business. It is because of this manipulation, Mort loses his dream of going to school and becomes resentful towards his family. The brothers marry and share a home and become a two-family house. Their wives are best friends and enjoy each others children. Mort and his wife Rose have all girls and Abe and his wife Helen have all boys. One uneventful night with one choice made, changes everything for both families.

The author threaded these relationships…

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