By Tracie Peterson
Lighting fixtures of Lowell publication 1. Tapestry of desire weaves jointly the heartrending and hope-building tales of 2 younger women. Jasmine Wainwright is the sheltered daughter of a Mississippi plantation proprietor. while her father moves a deal to promote his cotton to Lowell generators via businessman Bradley Houston, he throws an prepared marriage with Jasmine into the discount. Kiara O'Neill and her brother break out hunger in eire by way of touring to the USA as Bradley Houston's indentured servants. yet Bradley has extra in brain for Kiara than she desires to think. either ladies undergo in the house of this unloving husband and cruel grasp. Will God by some means carry wish to their lives?
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A knock sounded, and the front door opened as Bradley finished reading the letter. ’’ ‘‘Nolan! I wasn’t expecting you in Lowell. ’’ ‘‘Nathan Appleton convinced Henry and Fanny to accompany him to Lowell for a meeting of the Associates this evening. ’’ ‘‘Henry Longfellow remains the constant romantic. I can’t imagine how Nathan, the ever-vigilant businessman, abides a son-in-law with no business acumen whatsoever,’’ Bradley said. ‘‘He seems quite fond of Henry—perhaps because his daughter is so obviously happy in her marriage to him.
Wainwright’s chest puffed in obvious delight. ‘‘It’s good to hear someone finally acknowledge the South is needed in order to make the industrialization process a success in this country. I will be most happy to show you the trials and tribulations we are forced to endure yearly in raising our cotton. ’’ Bradley pulled his hat down to block the sun, his gaze resting upon the dark-skinned men, women, and children in the fields. They moved up and down the rows like an army of ants, their backs bent forward from the waist as they swung their hoes and chopped at the growing crop in hypnotic rhythm.
Madelaine Wainwright sat on the velvet-upholstered settee while fanning herself with a vengeance. Her latest needlepoint project was lying on the couch beside her. ‘‘No mishaps of importance, thank you. ’’ ‘‘Quite a few of the slaves are sick. I sent Luther to fetch the doctor. ’’ ‘‘It’s only the end of June, dear. If there’s sickness, they’ll be fine by the harvest. You worry overmuch about their health. ’’ ‘‘It’s not too late to consider a trip to White Sulphur Springs,’’ Malcolm suggested.