GOING STEADY by Anne Emery

GOING STEADY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The story of a young love, its dream-like intensity and final wearing away. Sally and Scotty, both eighteen, wrapped in the wonder of being set apart from their crowd because they were going steady and excited by the marriage of a friend, plan for marriage. They discover just in time that marriage is a serious and responsible enterprise for which they are not prepared. This has captured the emotional high points and morasses of adolescent love. An appealing story with sound values.

Pub Date: April 5th, 1950
Publisher: Westminster