Cumner's Son and Other South Sea Folk — Volume 03 Cumner's Son and Other South Sea Folk — Volume 03

Cumner's Son and Other South Sea Folk — Volume 03

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She was the daughter of a ruined squatter, whose family had been pursued with bad luck; he was a planter, named Houghton. She was not an uncommon woman; he was not an unusual man. They were not happy, they might never be; he was almost sure they would not be; she had long ceased to think they could be. She had told him when she married him that she did not love him. He had been willing to wait for her love, believing that by patience and devotion he could win it. They were both sorry for each other now. They accepted things as they were, but they knew there was danger in the situation. She loved some one else, and he knew it, but he had never spoken to her of it—he was of too good stuff for that. He was big and burly, and something awkward in his ways. She was pretty, clear- minded, kind, and very grave. There were days when they were both bitter at heart.

GENRE
Fiction & Literature
RELEASED
1932
1 January
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
57
Pages
PUBLISHER
Public Domain
SIZE
42.7
KB

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