I read a free-for Kindle book, Susanna and the Spy by Anna Elliot, and decided to try the sequel, London Calling. In the story, Susanna calls upon her Aunt Ruth to help her
Aunt Ruth, who conveniently knows everyone necessary and can afford to rent a house in London, first explains the situation to her husband, but soothes Susanna that she hasn't spilled her reasons to go to London:
All my own secrets are shared with my husband, my dear, but those of my friends -- those I keep private.I don't know what I think about this. I don't tell Jason everything I am told by this friend or that, but at the same time - if it is a big deal - I always make certain that they understand that he is in the mix.
What do you think? Do you agree with Aunt Ruth or do you find problems with her statement? I'll admit to being troubled - I like it, but I don't.
What are you reading and has caught your mind this week?