Sue Barton: Rural Nurse (book #50)

Helen Dore Boylston, 1939.

Great. Here’s a quote:

Sue Barton looked at herself critically, changing the brush to her left hand, and smiling as the mirror caught the sparkle of a diamond on her third finger. Was it only three weeks ago that she had been so wretched about Bill and their broken engagement – only two weeks since she had been lying in bed, ill with a cold, and opened her eyes to see Bill standing in the doorway? …

“Golly!” Sue thought. “All my bright ideas about leading my own life certainly took a running jump into the lake – in less than half a second!”

Must scan cover.

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