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Andrew the Glad

Maria Thompson Daviess

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .The major must assume that responsibility. Good-by!" And in a moment they had both made their escape, to the major's vast amusement.

For the time being the music in the drawing-room had stopped and David and Caroline were deep in an animated conversation.

"The trouble about it is that I am about to have my light put out," David was complaining as he sat on the piano-stool, glaring at a vase of unoffending roses on a table. "Being a ray of sunshine around the house for a sick poet is no job for a runabout child like me."

"But he's so much better now, David, that I should think you would be perfectly happy. Though of course you are still a little uneasy about him." As Caroline Darrah spoke she swayed the long-stemmed rose she held in her hand and tipped it against one of its mates in the vase.

"Uneasy, nothing! There's not a thing in the world the matter with him; ribs are all in commission and his collar. . . Read More

Community Reviews

A sweet, heartfelt, old-fashioned romance. I loved how the middle-aged adults take such a kindly interest in the affairs of the young people, leading to a novel with many generations having friendships across age demographics in a way we see very little of in our daily lives today. Phoebe, David,...more