The Broken Halo

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This Christian romance volume was published in 1913. All formatting errors have been corrected.Some excerpts from the book:A Sunday morning in Surrey loveliest of English counties; a sunny, breezy day, early in June.All nature browsed in peaceful Sabbath stillness.The old shepherd, in clean smock-frock, whose only time-piece was in the sky, and who considered the sun to have been placed there for...

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Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1406823449
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Publication Date: June 2, 2010
Language: English
ASIN: B003P9X5RI
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t, shading his eyes and looking upward, would have judged the day to be within thirty minutes of noon. Also, a good half hour ago, the bells of Dinglevale had ceased pealing..............................................................................."When a woman receives an offer of marriage, her first instinctive thought is of herself. I challenge any woman to deny this. The fat of a man seeking her in marriage is so intimately personal a thing, that the first instinctive thought, even of the most unselfish, must be of self. "Do I love him? Does he really love me?Or if as in our case the actual romance of love does not come in. "For what reason does he desire marriage with me? Will life with him mean happiness?" Then, 'what will my friends think of the match?' And, finally, the inevitable, 'what will people say?".............................................................................."I wondered whether, if I suddenly wrenched open the window and fled to the river, I should find any place wherein I could hide from him ; and,creeping away under cover of darkness, find my way to the station ; and so to the safe shelter of my own home in Portman Square. Yet fleeing thus,in a thin evening gown, with no money, and without hat or cloak, I knew I should at once be taken for a poor demented creature and detained untilthe man from whom I fled arrived to claim me. To escape by the door and make a scene in the hotel would be equally hopeless. I had arrivedthere as his wife ; the church had bound me to him ; the law would hold me to him. 'Till death us do part ' must stand. I was in his power. No humanhand could release me...............................................................................