Bill the Conqueror
Sir George was disappointed in his son, he was not a chip off the old block and lacked the aggressive drive required of a business tycoon. So why not marry him off to Felicia she has plenty of spark and could manage any man, all was going well until the arrival from New York of Bill West.
Felicia - a sprightly girl calculated to put the stuffing into any man - is about to be married off to the dreary Roderick Pyke when Bill arrives from New York and she suddenly recognizes in him the man for whom she should forsake all others.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - ianw - LibraryThing
Entertaining romance set on both sides of the Atlantic. An early appearance of Percy Pilbeam as a sub-editor on the tattle sheet "Society Spice". However, the rich and foppish American, Judson Coker, is not quite up to Bertie Wooster standard. Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - nickhoonaloon - LibraryThing
I`ve given my copy of this away, but as I read it recently, i thought a review might be a good idea. This title, originally published in, IIRC, 1924 is maybe not P G at his most assured, but still has ... Read full review