“What do I care where we run, so that we run—together!”
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“Although my ancestry is all of New England, I was born in the old town of Petersburg, Virginia. I went later to Richmond and finally at the age of five to Washington, D.C., returning to Richmond for a few years in a girl’s school, which was picturesquely quartered in General Lee’s mansion.”
The eternal conflict between wealth and love. Jerry, the idealist who is poor, loves Mimi, a beautiful, spoiled society girl.
The romance of little Jane Barnes who is loved by two men.
Unusual short stories where Miss Bailey shows her keen knowledge of character and environment, and how romance comes to different people.
Randy Paine comes back from France to the monotony of every-day affairs. But the girl he loves shows him the beauty in the commonplace.
A man who wishes to serve his country, but is bound by a tie he cannot in honor break—that’s Derry. A girl who loves him, shares his humiliation and helps him to win—that’s Jean. Their love is the story.
A girl in Maryland teaches school, and believes that work is worthy service. Two men come to the little community: one is weak, the other strong, and both need Anne.
An old-fashioned love story that is nevertheless modern.
A novel that deals with a question, old and yet ever new—how far should an engagement of marriage bind two persons who discover they no longer love.