Very good reading and should have a substantial woman's market. This is her second novel of the South (the first was Blackberry Winter) -- a story of conflict between two sisters, daughters of the owner of a Georgia peach orchard. Claire has left the South and returns from time to time with increasing sophistication, arrogance, assurance. Sabins, fragile, gloof, finds escape through self-deceiving dreams. Both appeal to Barrett Page, a Northerner, who is secretly married to Claire, who eventually divorces him leaving him free in return to Sabina. Torn still between the two of them, this marriage also faces failure until Fate takes over to save it. Good romantic novel, definitely keyed to women's interests. Upper cut rental value.