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Alexandria Ripley
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"Rhett would come back. He had to, because she wanted him to, and she always got what she wanted. All she had to do was set her mind to it." Chapter Four, Page 52

"When the deprivations of war reduced the staffs of thirty or forty to one or two, the demands on women increased exponentially, but the expectations remained the same. The battered houses must continue to welcome guests, shelter families, sparkle with clean windows and shining brass, and have a well-groomed, imperturbable, accomplished mistress at leisure in the drawing room." Chapter Eleven, Page 131

"It can be a great handicap, being beautiful and having been a belle. Lots of women never recover from it." Chapter Twelve, Page 151

"I had in my heart a thousand dollars' worth of love. It was in gold, not greenbacks. And I spent it on you, every penny of it." Chapter Twenty-Two, Page 269

"Fiddle-dee-dee! My...

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