PASSING DREAM by Margaret Nichols

PASSING DREAM

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Heartache for Temple, who goes to work in Washington, and there falls in love with Jud, attractive, spoiled, unsteady, who loves her against his will, having wanted to marry for money and case. Just before he goes into the service, they marry secretly for a three day honeymoon; that is all there is to their marriage, as Temple realizes he regrets what they have done. Then Jud is killed -- and Temple picks up the pieces, takes a post in Alaska, and has the comforting thought of steady old Harry to come back to. A sympathetic tale, dealing with a problem that is in the news today. Rentals.

Pub Date: Oct. 12th, 1942
Publisher: Macrae-Smith