Just enough emotion, reality and characterization make this slight story sure rentals for the feminine contingent. Jill...

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Just enough emotion, reality and characterization make this slight story sure rentals for the feminine contingent. Jill leaves Anthony without telling him she is pregnant when his mother's decisions for them become too hard to bear. Anthony's sister Judy's romance is almost shattered at Jill's dereliction; and Anne's eyes are finally opened to her selfishness when she learns how her actions have broken up her son's marriage. When Judy hears of her mother's confession to Jill, it is Jill who is forced to clear Anne's name and happily return to her husband. Direct, nice without being sappy, petticoat palaver in a short, pleasant novel.

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Publisher: Samuel Curl

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: Oct. 1, 1947