An intelligent, companionable story of a marriage under present day difficulties, for the midway-serious-light-fiction market. (Helen Hull et al.) This is the story of Harriet, quiet, capable, stable, who married into the blithe, unanalytical easy- going Randolf family. The monied Randolfs, equipped to live the gracious life, have an ease and confidence which captivates Harriet. But the money goes, leaving four dependent on her -- each one reacting according to his or her character. It takes a minor revolution to get Joel back on his feet. Capable -- convincing -- good reading.