Dawn of the Morning [Paperback] Review

Dawn of the Morning [Paperback]It keeps me up late at night reading it.I haven't finished reading it, yet, but I started it a couple of days ago and I will finish it soon. It's about a young girl named Dawn who grows up without much love in her life, and spends most of her growing up away at a boarding school. When a mandecides to marry her, she doesn't know what to think.She doesn't like theman very much, but she likes to think of having her own home to take careof.Without having much say in the matter, she is all set to be married tothe man (his name is Harrington Winthrop).Harrington's evil scemes areunknown until just before the wedding.Harrington's loving brother decidesto marry young Dawn... But Dawn doesn't know about the quickly-formed plan!She runs away after the marriage because of confusion and hermother-in-law's anger.She becomes a much-loved teacher in a small town....But Harrington is still after Dawn. I like the excitement and emotion ofthis book.All of Grace Livingston Hill's books are good!

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General Books publication date: 2009Original publication date: 1911Original Publisher: J.B. Lippincott CompanyNotes: This is a black and white OCR reprint of the original. It has no illustrations and there may be typos or missing text.When you buy the General Books edition of this book you get free trial access to Million-Books.com where you can select from more than a million books for free.Excerpt: CHAPTER IIIHaeeinqton Wintheop kept his promise about the sweets. Five times during the winter that followed his first visit with Mr. Van Eensselaer, he invented some excuse to visit Dawn.The first time he came, he found her in the maple grove behind the pasture, with a group of other girls, all decked in autumn leaves and playing out some story that Dawn had read.He persuaded her to walk a little way into the woods with him; and when he came to take his leave asked for a Mss, but Dawn sprang away from him in sudden panic:" No," she said sharply; " I have never kissed anybody but my mother." Then, fearing she had been impolite in view of his gift, she added:"We don't kiss people here at this school. It isn't the custom."And she knew so little of the customs of the world that the incident passed without further apprehension on her part, or understanding of the young man's meaning." That's all right, my dear," he said pleasantly. " But don't forget about the house. I'm going to tell you all about it next time I come. You still want a home of your very own, don't you?""Why, of course," said Dawn; "but I can't see how yon can know anything about it, or care. What have you to do with it ? " And then with sudden alarm, " Has my father been talking to you about any such thing?"" No, indeed! Your father does not even know I am interested in you. I care for my own sake. Didn't I tellyou that I liked you the minute I saw you ? And I'm just as interested in this future home of yours as you are."" I'm sure I can't see why," said Dawn, perplexed, yet t...

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