Mary Frances Cavallaro
Mary Frances Cavallaro is a graduate of Chestnut Hill College with her B.A. in English, was born and raised in South Philadelphia, PA. With Edgar Allan Poe as her favorite author and influence in her work, she enjoys writing gothic and mystery stories. Mary Frances Cavallaro takes you back in time to the 19th century to experience the eerie, the uncanny, and the bizarre. Despite her love of the macabre, her first published novel is a romance fiction titled More Than Love. She writes articles for a local paper and stories in her spare time - the very little of it she has - while being a full-time teacher. This terribly shy, dreadfully awkward, and deliciously cynical author (an ongoing joke in how she describes herself) aspires to write more short stories and potentially another novel. Feel free to "like", "tweet", and follow Mary Frances Cavallaro.
More Than Love
By Mary Frances Cavallaro
A tale of maturity, love, and passion, Mary Frances Cavallaro brings you headfirst into the world of young Fanny Dickens. This young, aspiring Shakespeare professor seems to have her life set with a fiancé in a small town back home, an exciting new job, and an attitude that rivals and rebels against her patriarchic society. Until she meets Robert Joy, a young man with a mysterious disposition that shakes Fanny's beliefs to the core. He is charming, witty, a true friend and worse, her student. What can Fanny do when she becomes torn between an old-fashioned fiancé who wants her to stay at home and an ambitious student willing her to follow her dreams and her heart?
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