by Mary Cholmondeley
Publisher: John Murray 1913
Number of pages: 142
This smarter-than-average romance novel offers a piquant twist on the standard boy-meets-girl formula, perhaps because author Mary Cholmondeley had resigned herself to the fate of old maid by the age of eighteen, believing that she had neither the looks nor the charm to ensnare a husband.
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