BRIGHT TOMORROW by Dorothy Worley

BRIGHT TOMORROW

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Misunderstandings -- romantic; and Southern town complexities, for the story of the Blakes' fame in Blakeville, which the last descendant has tossed aside to marry and live in New York City. But orphan Bruce Cameron, carrying on the medical traditions, of the Blakes, signs young Diana Blake right off the map when he meets her again in New York- and she, properly stung, returns to Blakeville to pay him back. The problems of the hospital, which can use not only her money but her time, get her in solid with Bruce until a torch carrying youngster makes her doubt Bruce's love. With all the backing and filling- She Gets Him -- and antagonism jus' simply MELTS. The reformation angle with Deep Down South in trimmings.

Pub Date: Feb. 19th, 1950
Publisher: Macrae-Smith