GAY PURSUIT by Elizabeth Cadell

GAY PURSUIT

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Casual comedy, which provides lighter, brighter entertainment in the tripartite romantic activities of the Romes, in County England. Of Natalie, timid and unsure, and many years a widow, as she marries Sir William Rome and goes to stay with his family. Of her new stepdaughter, Lucile as uncertain as Natalie by temperament, and committed to marrying a boy she'd known since childhood, despite the persistence of a Highlander, Duncan Macdonald. And finally, Natalie's own daughter, Helen, whose citified composure is shattered by Jeremy, Natalie's stepson, his offhand courtship, his passive resistance to her charms, until-her hand forced- he wins...By the author of Last Straw for Harriet, this is a British bagatelle for less intellectual self-indulgence.

Pub Date: Sept. 8th, 1948
Publisher: Morrow