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Book Title: A Love for all Seasons|
The author of the book: Denise Domning
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Date of issue: December 1st 1996
ISBN 13: 9780451407047
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A WOMAN ABANDONED, A MAN BANISHED AND FAMINE WALKS THE LAND
Johanna of Stanrudde, wife of Katel the Spice Merchant, hates the man her father forced her to marry almost as much as she hates the man who years ago stole her heart and her virginity then betrayed her.
Forced to abandon Johanna by her father, Robert of Blacklea has never stopped loving her. Now, as famine walks the land, he discovers a plot to destroy her. He returns to Stanrudde, risking all to protect her from certain death. When Johanna learns Katel is at the root of this plot she must choose to either let her husband kill her lover or believe Rob when he vows she has always been his rightful wife.
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Read information about the authorWhat can I say? I’m single and over sixty, I write and I farm on eight acres of slowly improving red earth (it originally looked like Mars had exploded!) on Oak Creek in northern Arizona. I started with chickens, then there were turkeys and Jersey milk cows. But with livestock came the predators: coyotes, bald eagles, black hawks, mountain lions, and, worst of all, raccoons. Dang those nasty creatures! They kill just because they can; think dogs with opposable thumbs. (Five chickens in one night–they reached in through the chain link and killed the birds with no expectation of being able to eat them.) They are the reason I have my two amazing dogs, Moosie (an Akita/Sharpei mix) and Bear (a Hungarian Kuvasz). Moosie just loves to take on (and kill) the raccoons. As for the cats, I have 7 and they’re supposed to eat the gophers but, being cats, they prefer cat food, thank you very much.
In 2016, I turned yet a new page on the farm. Earlier in the year I sold the last of my Jersey cows in favor of Dorper Sheep, a South African breed that doesn’t need to be sheared and gains all their weight on grass alone, after an acquaintance informed me that they are “stupid simple” to raise. Stupid simple I can do! I have since learned that although these sheep are capable of gaining all their weight on grass, they far prefer pig food. Rascals!
I've also become a committed (committable?) pastured pig farmer. I presently have 6 little gilts (female pigs) who are gaining most of their weight on my pastures and cleaning my gardens for me. Dogs with snouts! And they love Peanut, my orphan and hand-raised lamb, who loves them back.
If you're interested in keeping up with the farm antics, you can visit my blog at denisedomning.com or thefarmonoakcreek.com
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