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Dear Theodora (1920)

by Florence Irwin

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Romance readers, book and antique collectors, and anyone who smiles upon the fanciful past will delight in these beautifully packaged volumes which feature virtuous, uplifting stories of the struggles and triumphs of young ladies in love. With delicious language, endearing characters, and romantic, old-fashioned settings, the Victorian Bookshelf series offers a luxurious escape into a time cherished by romantics everywhere.… (more)
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Theodora stood in the center of the old drawing room and looked about her with irritation. How she detested the task before her! How often in past years had she performed it---until her accumulated bitterness had entered as iron into her soul!
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Romance readers, book and antique collectors, and anyone who smiles upon the fanciful past will delight in these beautifully packaged volumes which feature virtuous, uplifting stories of the struggles and triumphs of young ladies in love. With delicious language, endearing characters, and romantic, old-fashioned settings, the Victorian Bookshelf series offers a luxurious escape into a time cherished by romantics everywhere.

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