YOU GO YOUR WAY by Katharine Brush
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YOU GO YOUR WAY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Airy amorantics by a crack hand; the setting a wealthy New York background, for the marriage of an average young man and a spoiled young woman. Completely charming and illogical, Connie surrounds herself with a college chorus of admirers, until Bill balks. Then she is faced with uncertainty as between Bill and a likable young man, more serious than his predecessors -- and choses an equidistant point while she looks them over. Evantually, standpat Bill wins out -- the depression has sobered him and made a man of him, and he'll have none of this. Lightweight, comedy of manners, modern in tone. Good for rentals where a smart, slick romance is wanted.

Pub Date: July 7th, 1941
Publisher: Farrar & Rinehart