Maggie Vivian Breck

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Published: 1954

Hardcover

249 pages


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Maggie  by  Vivian Breck

Maggie by Vivian Breck
1954 | Hardcover | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, ZIP | 249 pages | ISBN: | 4.73 Mb

Maggie was a stubborn girl. She flaunted tradition by carrying crimson roses at her debut and got up at dawn to walk in the dew. So when she decided to marry Nick Field, a young mining engineer, and share his fortunes in the wild mountains of westernMoreMaggie was a stubborn girl. She flaunted tradition by carrying crimson roses at her debut and got up at dawn to walk in the dew. So when she decided to marry Nick Field, a young mining engineer, and share his fortunes in the wild mountains of western Mexico, there was no changing her mind. Everyone knew what that determined thrust of her chin meant.But was determination - and love - enough for a girl accustomed to luxury and gaiety and swarms of gallant admirers?

Would she be content to struggle far from the outposts of the civilization she adored? Maggie thought so, but she wasnt sure. Running a mine in a strange country, coping with squalor and disease, bandits and shattering loneliness far from the exciting whirl of San Francisco was enough to drain even her endless vitality and put an end to her dream of adventure.



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