Cherub Devine: A Novel

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Mitchell Kennerley, 1909 - Capitalists and financiers - 395 pages

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Page 126 - ... Josie was chosen or not. Anyway it wasn't too bad being a wallflower when you were a sophomore. There were always several others, but a senior— The steps came nearer, and she was able to make out a whitecoated figure. Then— a boy was standing before her! Eva stared up at him in utter confusion. He shifted his weight uneasily from one foot to the other, thrust his hands in his pockets, took them out again, thrust them back. "Looking for somebody?
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