SOFT AS SILK by Jean Randall

SOFT AS SILK

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KIRKUS REVIEW

All about Kay's emotional upsets, first when her ""motherdy"" decides to remarry after years of widowhood, and does so: second, in making up her mind between Ned and D Byrne. Ned is sudden and charming, Byrne is stable and responsible, and eventually slow but steady wins the race. Roses are red, violets are blue, sugar is rationed, so why aren't you?

Publisher: Macrae Smith