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Patricia Brent, spinster

Patricia Brent, spinster by Herbert Jenkins
By: (1876-1923)

In "Patricia Brent, spinster" by Herbert Jenkins, the reader is taken on a charming and entertaining journey with the titular character, Patricia Brent. As a single woman in her thirties, Patricia decides to invent a fiancé in order to avoid pity and unwelcome advances from her acquaintances.

The story is full of humorous antics and misunderstandings as Patricia desperately tries to maintain the facade of her imaginary fiancé. Along the way, she navigates awkward social situations, unexpected romantic entanglements, and learns valuable lessons about being true to oneself.

Jenkins writes with wit and charm, creating a lovable and relatable protagonist in Patricia. The supporting characters are equally delightful and add depth to the story.

Overall, "Patricia Brent, spinster" is a delightful and light-hearted read that will have readers rooting for its endearing heroine. With its engaging plot, witty dialogue, and endearing characters, this book is sure to entertain and charm readers of all ages.

Book Description:

A romantic comedy, written in 1918, but with a modern feel to it. Patricia Brent one day overhears two fellow-boarders pitying her because she “never has a nice young man to take her out”. In a thoughtless moment of anger she announces that the following night she will be dining out with her fiance. When she arrives at the restaurant the next day, she finds some of the fellow-boarders there to watch her, so, rendered reckless by the thought of the humiliation of being found out, she goes up to a young man sitting alone at a table, and asks him to help her by “playing up”. Countless complications and adventures ensue…

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Reviews (Rated: 4 Stars - 2 reviews)

Reviewer: - February 1, 2017
I listened to it with a smile on my face. It's overdone to perfection. It's a fun, light story. And the reader does a good job.
Reviewer: - July 31, 2014
Subject: story
The story is a little bit different.The reader is not bad.I listened it. Because I wondered about the end.I recommend it.

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