Some marriages endure, some thrive, and others fail. Some of these stories are scandalous while others are sweet. Love evokes powerful emotions in all of us, from desire to envy, longing to hatred. What these stories all have in common is their ability to fascinate.
Based on their personal letters, Edith Belle Gelles gracefully brings to life a beautiful love story in "Abigail and John: Portrait of a Marriage." Married for 54 years, John and
"The Lincolns: Portrait of a Marriage" by Daniel Mark Epstein dispels the myths surrounding the Lincolns with a fresh new perspective and evidence of a truly great love story between two politically astute and dynamic individuals during one of the most turbulent times in our nation's history. Was
Donna M. Lucey's fascinating story of two eccentrics at the end of the nineteenth century, "Archie and Amelie: Love and Madness in the Gilded Age," has all the makings of a fairy tale: The wealthy heir to the Astor fortune marries a Southern belle
"Sometimes Madness is Wisdom: Zelda and Scott Fitzgerald: a Marriage" by Kendall Taylor recounts a chaotic marriage during one of the craziest decades in American history: the Roaring Twenties. The Fitzgeralds were known for being outrageous, scandalous, and passionately in love. Thanks to
Love stories seem to have two different endings: happily ever after or an implosion of epic proportions. Whichever you're in the mood for, the