THE YOUNG LADY by Mary Howard

THE YOUNG LADY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A blender brand of British romance as a vicar's three daughters provide a contrast in types and a conflict in interests. There is Michale, brilliant, intense, innocent, and in love with Anthony for whom she works; Carolino, serene, self-sacrificing and doubtful that flex, the young doctor she loves, returns her feelings; and lastly Dorinda, spelled and self centered, who marries Michale's Anthony and precipitates her breakdown. Caroline, with Alex, brings Michale back to normaley fears that she has lost him to Michale, but at the close as Michale goes on with her career- in rewarded with his love. Pleasant enough.

Pub Date: April 1st, 1950
Publisher: Arcadia House