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Vision House

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Published: 1921
Language: English
Wordcount: 80,884 / 234 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 86.9
LoC Category: PN
Downloads: 377
Added to site: 2011.06.17 30169

knew how he'd obtained or invented the "mission" which had made his plan possible. It was entirely for her sake, and everyone was coupling their names--in a nice, proper way, of course. She was that kind of girl. And Mums was that kind of mother. Even before Severance had come into the title, he had been splendidly worth while on account of his looks, his position, and his "set," but now it seemed to Marise that every unmarried woman in England and America must be envying her.

As she sipped the honey of these thoughts, the girl felt that Severance was staring at her eyelashes, and willing her to lift them. But she would not, just yet. She went on with her thinking. She asked herself if her feeling for him were love? Of course, it wasn't the "Dolores" sort of love for "David Hardcastle," but love like that was safer on the stage than off. Marise admired Tony, and was very proud of her conquest, though she would admit that to no one except Mums. She had been horribly afraid, humiliatingly afraid for a fe

Reader Reviews

Average Rating of 4 from 1 reviews: ****
Marie Bruemmer

This is a story of a stage actress, and the unusual turns her life ends up taking. The authors write extremely well, and keep you reading. However in this book one of the protagonists did not have the happy ending I had hoped for. I cannot say any more than that without giving too much away. All in all it was a good read, though. I will certainly read another of their books, now.



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