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Man to Man

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Author: Jackson Gregory
Published: 1920
Language: English
Wordcount: 76,068 / 220 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 82.6
LoC Category: PS
Downloads: 1,423
Added to site: 2006.07.30 14304
Genres: Western, Romance

How Steve won his game and the girl he loved, is a story filled with breathless situations.

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nutes over a comforting cigarette he was grinning widely, seeing in a flash all of the humor of the situation which had successfully concealed itself from him until now.

"And I don't blame her so much, after all," he chuckled. "Taking a nice, lonely dive, to have a fool of a man grab her all of a sudden when she was enjoying herself half a dozen feet under water! It's enough to stir up a good healthy temper. Which, by the Lord, she has!"



Half an hour later, his clothing wrung out and sun-dried after a fashion, Packard dressed, swung up into the saddle, and turned back into the trail. And through the trees, where their rugged trunks made an open vista, he saw not two hundred yards away the gay spot of color made by the blue cloak. So she was still here, lingering down the road that wound about the lake's shores, when already he had fancied her far on her way. He wondered for



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