David Copperfield

‘David Copperfield’ by Charles Dickens- Chapter 20

David can’t stop being in love with Steerforth. Nothing will stop this obsession. He goes to Steerforth’s house and learns that he’s a brat that threw a hammer at a woman’s face, and his mom put him in a low-class school, just so he could be the king there and feel important. Even calling David “Daisy” as a crappy nick-name wont change his mind.

This week’s romance novel is ‘The Business of Lovers’ by Eric Jerome Dickey

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