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Fair Tomorrow

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With her family's fortune ruined and her father's health broken, lovely Pamela Leigh gave up a promising career as a newspaper reporter to take her father to the Cape Cod cottage she had recently inherited. There she could manage a restaurant and make ends meet. Just as her future looked darkest, two charming men entered her life. Scott Mallory, the handsome, ...more
Paperback, Loring #37, 184 pages
Published 1931 by Bantam Books
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May 18, 2013 Calista rated it it was amazing
When I was a teen one of our favorite things todo was walk to the bookmobile every few weeks. I chose Fair Tomorrow on my visit there on Thanksgiving eve and started reading as soon as I got home. Serendipitously, the story began at a Thanksgiving dinner. I read until midnight and started in again as soon as I woke. It was marvelously romantic and thrilling!
Jul 21, 2011 Michelle rated it it was amazing
I read dozens of Emilie Loring books as a teenager, and loved every one. This review is really for all of them. I do remember that this particular one is different in that the heroine is poor, but if I remember correctly most of the books feature a wealthy heroine (it's so much easier to have adventures if you're rich!) who has a very strong set of traditional moral values and ethics. There are always 2 men, a good one and a bad one, and usually a mystery to be solved. Easy, light reading.
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Jun 29, 2012 Julie Barrett rated it really liked it
Fair Tomorrow by Emilie Baker Loring
Pamela has traveled back home from her newspaper reporting job to take care of her ailing father on Cape Cod.
She wants to get a job in the restaurant but others come to the door asking for the money the father owes them.
Lots of mysteries with jewelery, stamps and other very highly collectible monetary items.
Dec 04, 2009 Marian.brady rated it really liked it
Fun story about a girl who's father has lost his fortune so she moves to the Cape Cod house her Grandmother left her and opens a restaurant. So fun twists and turne (including a trial).
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I love the old fashioned setting of these novels, they are fairly unique from what I've read. Enjoyable, but not a page turner. Great for an evening read.
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Emilie Loring was born in Boston, Massachusetts in 1864 to George M. Baker and Emily Frances (Boles) Baker. Her father was a playwright and publisher and her mother was a homemaker. Loring married Victor J. Loring, who was a lawyer. She died in Wellesley, Massachusetts on March 13, 1951. At the time of her death, Loring had sold more than a million copies of her first thirty books.

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