Marion Warren bravely sets out to start a new life on her own only to be disheartened by drab routine. Tickets to the symphony offered welcome relief--but when crimson roses began appearing on her seat each night, Marion is mystified. Who could be sending them? And why to her, a shy department store clerk? While Marion is transfixed by the roses, Jefferson Lyman, a wealthy gentleman, walks into her life--and brings with him the jealousy of socialite Isabel Cresson. As Marion is drawn deeper into a dangerous social circle, she might find herself wishing for the drab again.
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It continues to amaze me how Grace Livingston Hill could write so many romance novels and come up with a different approach in each one. This book is no exception. The idea of the roses and how they were used I consider to be not only clever but very romantic--something which is missing in our world today, as well as a heroine who is not only humble but also has a sensitive, God-given conscience.