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His Hour

Elinor Glyn

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .They both thought her an adorable woman. Poor Tamara! and so she really was.

About tea-time Prince Milaslávski turned up again.

"He is all right now," he said, sure that his listeners were in perfect sympathy with him. "It was those fools down there. I have made them suffer, I can say," and then he turned to Stephen Strong. "Among the steerage there is an Alexandrian gipsy troupe. I have ordered them up to sing to us to-night, since Madame wished it," and he turned upon Millicent an air of deep devotion.

"Common ragged creatures, but one with some ankles and one with a voice.
In any case, we must celebrate these ladies' last night."

And thus the terrible present end to their acquaintance fell about!

Nothing could have been more charming than the Prince was until dinner-time, and indeed through that meal, only he made Stephen Strong change places with him, so that he . . . Read More

Community Reviews

Word of advice - if you ever meet a human being like Gritzko and he says "Moia Doushka" to you, run in the opposite direction. Very, very fast.

This book was ridiculous even for Glyn, although I did enjoy aspects of the heroine's characterisation, and I appreciated the Russian setting. Still -- can you believe that a woman who had been married for several years before she was widowed would be unable to tell whether or not she'd been raped w

I read this book when I was about 13 years old. I was very much impressed with it and even though never forgot some of it`s tender scenes I couldn't remember neither the name nor the author of it.
Finally, I placed a search post on "WHAT'S THE NAME OF THAT BOOK???" group on goodreads and FINALLY some

Con i suoi romanzi, Elinor Glyn gira un po' tutto il mondo del suo tempo (ancora ignaro della globalizzazione che ne avrebbe fatto un'unica massa amorfa) cercando di cogliere il carattere profondo di ogni paese. E questo principe russo, così selvaggio e passionale, non mi è sembrato più improbabile

Gritzko is an asshole.

Seriously, as I continued to read this book, I started to hate Girtzko more and more. I enjoyed reading this for the most part, but the ending just ruins it for me. I'm glad he didn't really force himself on, her but letting her think that he really did so that she will marry h