The story of the eternal struggle between a woman's secret desire for glamour and tinsel and sheer romance and her belated...

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The story of the eternal struggle between a woman's secret desire for glamour and tinsel and sheer romance and her belated appreciation of the stability of the domestic scene. Sue is precipitated into marriage with a man she does not love by her brother's marriage to a gold-digger. Between them, the two women launch a game of puss-in-the corner, but a business crash brings Sue's better nature to the fore, and she stays by the matrimonial bark, only to be rewarded by discovering that it is thoroughly seaworthy. Fair-to-middling light love fiction for summer hammock reading and rental libraries.

Pub Date: June 18, 1937

ISBN: N/A

Page Count: -

Publisher: Penn

Review Posted Online: N/A

Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 1, 1937