Henrietta Thompson Moorehead sits in her mother's parlor, recuperating from a recent bout of illness and reflecting on her mad dash to capture the attention of the local playboy and her brother's best friend, Will Moorehead. Henrietta will have to convince her brother, as well as her folks, that Will is an acceptable catch for her. She has long admired him from a far but now she has found out from her brother that together they will be leaving town to become involved in the struggle to change the Jim Crow laws affecting the people of color in the Southern States.
William Moorehead struggles with his new attraction to his best friend's little sister. Branded as the local playboy he knows it will not be an easy courtship. How does he tell his friend he is interested in Henrietta? He is torn between his love for a movement to help people of color and his recent attraction for this beautiful young woman.
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.28(d)|