Sabina never thought of her mother as beautiful. As she flipped through the pages of the album, she saw photos of a striking young woman who only dimly resembled her mother. But those photos were ...
The subject Sabina liked to talk about most was her mother. She was mean, distant and moody. This may have had to do with politics — Andra was born at the end of the Ceausescu ...
The interim apartment where they put Sabina seemed safe and from the start she loved it, trendy, convenient, right in the thick of things.
She decided to hire a detective. She wanted pictures, proof, actual data. And that’s what she got.
For a long time Sabina was happy with Nate. He was wealthy, and he had an outgoing, sunny disposition.
Sabina liked to tell people that the moment she saw Nate Clark, it was love at first sight.
Once Janet heard Sabina’s plight, she jumped right in with an offer of lodgings at her own house. "Two weeks max," she told her.
While I was agonizing over applying a coat of varnish to a portrait going into a show, Janet was phoning barns all over town till she hit pay dirt.
The volumes of the Bukh provide codes regarding humanity’s future and the meaning of life, as well as a cornucopia of hitherto unknown medical remedies.
A relative of his had intersected with a relative of Victor’s and now, generations later, we had this mess that meant that I'd have to watch my step.