I, Too, Have Loved is a novel by Denise Robins that tells the story of a young woman named Claire who is torn between two men. One is a wealthy man who can give her everything she wants, and the other is a poor man who is in love with her. Claire must choose between the two men and decide what is more important to her: money or love.
The novel is set in England in the early 1900s. Claire is a member of the upper class and has a comfortable life. She is engaged to a man named Richard, who is from a wealthy family. However, she meets a man named Michael who is poor and works as a servant in her house. Michael is in love with Claire and she begins to fall for him as well. She must decide between the two men and choose what is more important to her.
I, Too, Have Loved is a novel about love, class, and choices. It is a story of a young woman who is torn between two men and must decide what is more important to her. The novel is well-written and engaging. It is a great choice for readers who are looking for a romantic story with some depth.