That troubled road to romance for Aileen Rogers who is loved by Johnny Attwood, a banker's son, whose father opposes their...

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AILEEN ROGERS

That troubled road to romance for Aileen Rogers who is loved by Johnny Attwood, a banker's son, whose father opposes their marriage, and by David Oliver, a commercial artist, who gives her a chance in his line. With the suicide of Johnny's father, Aileen is stigmatized by the scandal, Johnny is left jobless and moneyless. But the tragedy serves its purpose as it makes a man of Johnny, proves his worth to Aileen who passes up a career for that occupation housewife... Sugar, and no spice.

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Publisher: Gramercy

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1950