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The Tempting of Tavernake

The Tempting of Tavernake
The Tempting of Tavernake ............................................................................................ 2
I.1. Despair And Interest .................................................................................................. 3
I.2. A Tete-A-Tete Supper .............................................................................................. 11
I.3. An Unpleasant Meeting............................................................................................ 21
I.4. Breakfast With Beatrice .......................................................................................... 27
I.5. Introducing Mrs. Wenham Gardner ...................................................................... 35
I.6. Questions And Answers ........................................................................................... 46
I.7. Mr. Pritchard Of New York .................................................................................... 54
I.8. Woman's Wiles ......................................................................................................... 59
I.9. The Plot Thickens..................................................................................................... 69
I.10. The Joy Of Battle.................................................................................................... 78
I.11. A Bewildering Offer ............................................................................................... 85
I.12. Tavernake Blunders ............................................................................................... 92
I.13. An Evening Call...................................................................................................... 99
I.14. A Warning From Mr. Pritchard ......................................................................... 103
I.15. General Discontent ............................................................................................... 111
I.16. An Offer Of Marriage .......................................................................................... 116
I.17. The Balcony At Imano's....................................................................................... 122
I.18. A Midnight Adventure......................................................................................... 131
I.19. Tavernake Intervenes........................................................................................... 138
I.20. A Pleasant Reunion .............................................................................................. 143
I.21. Some Excellent Advice ......................................................................................... 155
I.22. Dinner With Elizabeth ......................................................................................... 164
I.23. On An Errand Of Chivalry ................................................................................. 172
I.24. Close To Tragedy.................................................................................................. 176
I.25. The Madman Talks .............................................................................................. 184
I.26. A Crisis .................................................................................................................. 188
I.27. Tavernake Chooses .............................................................................................. 192
II.1. New Horizons ........................................................................................................ 198
II.2. The Simple Life ..................................................................................................... 203
II.3. Old Friends Meet .................................................................................................. 206
II.4. Pritchard's Good News......................................................................................... 214
II.5. Beatrice Refuses .................................................................................................... 218
II.6. Understanding Comes Too Late.......................................................................... 226
II.7. In A Virgin Country ............................................................................................. 233
II.8. Back To Civilization ............................................................................................. 237
II.9. For Always............................................................................................................. 244
 
 
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