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Love Stories

Mary Roberts Rinehart

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .Twenty-two, who had always been a man, was by way of becoming a person.

He explained about publishing it. He used to run a typewriter in college, and the convalescents could mimeograph it and sell it. There was a mimeographing machine in the office.

The Senior Surgical Interne came in just then. Refusing to marry him had had much the effect of smacking a puppy. He came back, a trifle timid, but friendly. So he came in just then, and elected himself to the advertising and circulation department, and gave the Probationer the society end, although it was not his paper or his idea, and sat down at once at the table and started a limerick, commencing:

"We're here in the city, marooned"

However, he never got any further with it, because there are, apparently, no rhymes for "marooned." He refused "tuned" which several people offered him, with extreme scorn.

Up to this point Jane Brown had been rathe. . . Read More

Community Reviews

Several of the stories are set in hospitals. They’re dated, but fun and sweet. They also manage to pull off the feat of being simultaneously moralistic and progressive.
The last two stories, on the other hand, are timeless, lovely, and moving.

"Providence has a curious way of letting two lives run along, each apparently independent of the other. Parallel lines they seem, hopeless of meeting. Converging lines really, destined, through long ages, by every deed that has been done to meet as a certain point and there fuse."

Lots of small love stories , a little confusing in the beginning

It was a love story begin in the hospital about a student nurse who loved to take care of her patient and another nurse end to marry her patient who was going to die but was saved and a soldier who loved his lover reunited. The chief i

A collection of old fashioned love stories written in the early 20th century. The first ones are set in hospitals where the nurse's white uniforms crackle with starch and rules are very strict. The last is not a conventional love story but tears at your heart strings. A view point from and about a l