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Mercurial and unconventional, she makes a decision that will have far-reaching consequences in her life-and in the lives, through the years, of the others. The book becomes, then, a cursory but entertaining look not only at the complex relationships between women who are bonded together by circumstance, but also at the society of the s, where independence and social expectation pushed against one another and left many women and men confused about how to proceed.

We are often taught to think, as "modern" women, that the ladies of earlier decades did not have the freedom to make choices - particularly romantic choices - as these girls do, but Jaffe disputes that notion. Her characters have the autonomy to move up in the world professionally and fulfill themselves sexually and emotionally. However, they are also still constrained by society's demands - and by men who don't want to leave their wives for their "summer girls.

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