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Here Comes the Sun! by Emilie Loring

Here Comes the Sun! (1924)

by Emilie Loring

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Not a general reader of romances, I happened to pick this up and was captivated by the first situation. Remarkably entertaining read for the genre.
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“The sense of the world is short, - / Long and various the report, - / To love and be beloved;/ Men and gods have not outlearned it; / And, how oft soe’er they’ve turned it, / “Tis not to be improved. “ – Ralph Waldo Emerson
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The engine shrieked a warning. Porters shouted, “All aboard!” As the train shivered into action, a black cocker spaniel jumped from the baggage-car. Long ears flopping, red tongue hanging, the blue tag at his color flapping, he dashed into a trail which zigzagged up the hillside. With an exclamation of dismay a girl on the step of the Pullman jumped to the ground and gave chase. The man on the forward platform of the car behind executed a spectacular leap and followed. The conductor of the train yelled a protest.
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"A hasty marriage plunges vibrant, impetuous Julie Lorraine into a world of intrigue and heart-rending doubt." (Bantam edition blurb)
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