A Fool For Love
"Think so? I don't agree with you--as to the fighting, I mean. I like to take things easy. A good club, a choice of decent theaters, the society of a few charming young women like--"
She broke him with a mocking laugh.
"You were born a good many centuries too late, Mr. Adams; you would have fitted so beautifully, into decadent Rome."
"No--thanks. Twentieth-century America, with the commercial frenzy taken out of it, is good enough for me. I was telling Winton a little while ago--"
"Your friend of the Kansas City station platform?" she interrupted. "Mightn't you introduce us a little less informally?"
"Beg pardon, I'm sure--yours and Ja