Just Wide Enough for Two


When Susan Gilbert moves back to Amherst, Massachusetts in 1847, it becomes clear that her family has certain financial needs that must be met. A man like Austin Dickinson solves all of those problems. He's handsome, kind, wealthy, and head over heels for Susan. The only issue? Susan is madly in love with his sister, Emily.

But does Emily feel the same way? And even if she does, will their love be enough to endure their family's and society's expectations?

A work of historic fiction, Just Wide Enough for Two draws inspiration from true, documented events and tells the untold love story between America's most famous poet, and her greatest love.