New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1936.
Reprint. Hardcover. Very Good- in Good+ dust jacket. Item #12090
Light tone, printer's note, otherwise light wear; Dust Jacket spine head chipping, 1-1/2" front flap edge tear, edgewear with small tears and chips, rubbed. Solid hardcover. ; Printer's file copy, with paper usage of the June 1937 printing written on front free endpaper. "Connie was engaged to marry Steve Kemble, but she suddenly found herself more and more attracted to [the married] Stanton Bond. She was not the only Ramsdell with a problem - there were Norma and George who were getting into too fast a set; there was Jim who was falling in love with a millionaire's daughter." Highly popular romance novelist of the Twenties and Thirties, Beatrice Burton Morgan is known for her honest portrayal of changing social and sexual standards, and popular culture of the Roarin' Twenties. Nice copy in dust jacket. ; 282 pages.