(From the publisher):
Ginny and Tom have a practical marriage. Tom wants land to call his own, and Ginny knows she can't manage her aging father's farm by herself. They enjoy a mutual attraction that sometimes grows into a deeply gratifying love, but their obsessions always, inevitably, end up in the way.
Tom's obsession is easy to understand. He's a workaholic who hoards time and money. Ginny is less predictable. That she loses control of her dignity, that she speaks in tongues, that she is "saved," seem to her a blessing and to Tom a disgrace.
It's not until Tom lies at the mercy of a disease for which the mountain doctor has no cure that Ginny realizes her truest pleasure.
Original title: The Truest Pleasure
Genre: Fiction→ General Fiction