GODDESS IN THE HOME by Phyilis Arthur

GODDESS IN THE HOME

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The problems which confront daughter Caroline when she jeopardizes her own marriage to Chaperons her father, George, and Thea, his ward, who comes in from California and appropriates him during his wife's absence. Aware of Thea's calculated attractions, of her father's naive vulnerability, Caroline sits it out until Thea elopes with a younger man, her mother returns from a chastening experience, and Caroline is free to go on with her own life. Attractive aptitudes for rent.

Pub Date: Nov. 27th, 1950
Publisher: Avalon