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A Young Girl's Wooing

Edward Payson Roe

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .Madge was beginning again she rushed upon her.

"Why, why," she exclaimed, "I thought Nilsson or Patti had got lost and taken refuge here! Can it be you? You are nothing but a surprise from beginning to end. When will the wonders cease? Are you sure that you are Madge?"

"Yes, and equally sure that I am hungry. When will you be ready for breakfast? I've been up these two hours."

"Well, well, well, what will Graydon say? He thinks you are still little better than a ghost."

"He will say that I have been very sensible, and he will find me very substantial and matter-of-fact. The question now uppermost is, When will breakfast be ready?" cried the young girl, laughing, in a childlike enjoyment of her sister's wonder, and a loving woman's anticipation of triumph over the man who had once called her "weak and lackadaisical."

She responded warmly to the embrace of Mrs. Muir, who added, "You h. . . Read More

Community Reviews

Haha! This book! It started off a little slow, but quickly became a mixture of entertainment, wisdom, and angst.

Angst over the fact that Graydon, despite, insisting on believing he understood Madge, really did not understand her at all for the longest time. But at the same time, that provided for m

A nice Read

It wss a nice read for these stressed out days. It was done by a writer who was sensible enough

***editing this review and changing to 4 stars instead of 5 - if you think this book is good, check out Roe's "He Fell in Love with His Wife"! I can't honestly rate these two books the same star level, so I'm dropping this one. Sorry book!***

This was a lovely, old fashioned romance. When you read it

I liked this book and I can no longer remember why.

Anyway, the idea of it is that Madge Alden is a rather sickly girl— more from indulgence than anything else, until the boy/man she loves goes off to the Old World for business matters, prompting her to grow into a strong young lady in order to be th

This author is a fascinating wordsmith! Loved this charming love story!

I just simply adored this book.
This is the story of an invalid girl: Madge Alden, who has no prospects in life, who has no chance to shine in society. However, she was a star in her family. This girl is in love with the only man who gives her all his attention and brotherly love: Graydon Muir. But

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