Published in 1920, "Women in Love" written by author D. H. Lawrence, an early 20th century British novelist, poet, and playwright, is the story of Gudrun and Ursula, the Brangwen sisters. The sisters meet and fall in love with two men who, like them, are emotionally intense and often confused about love and life. The novel has a middle school 'break up/get back together' cadence to it that draws the reader in as it examines relationships and societal expectations between men and women, and even men and men. Eventually, the drama of these highly reactive couples results in tragedy.
"Women in Love" is a sequel to his earlier novel "The Rainbow" (1915), also published by E-Bookarama Editions, and follows the continuing loves and lives of the Brangwen sisters, Gudrun and Ursula.