Three new brides embark upon their married lives in different ways. While Callie and her husband are quite poor, they faithfully tithe a portion of their income for God and make the best of living within their limited means.
Happy-go-lucky Jenny envisions her married life as a round of parties and trips to the theater. After all, what good is money if you don’t spend it?
And Eva has more money than both her friends—so why are she and her husband slowly sinking beneath the weight of their debt? Even worse, her home is far from the restful haven she wants it to be, and Eva can already feel her new husband slipping away from her.
This edition of the 1881 classic Christian novel includes a biography of the author and additional bonus content.