|Title:||As Long as I Live|
|Publisher:||Grosset & Dunlap|
Joan Crofton had come to Boston to take a job at a prominent advertising agency. She loved her job -- it was stimulating and exciting -- but from the moment she had met Craig Lamont, the owner of the agency, her acquaintance with him had been marred by misunderstandings. To begin with, Craig had accused her of stealing her own drawings! Then, just as Joan begins to acknowledge her growing feelings for Craig, she finds out that he is in love with someone else. Perhaps moving from New York to Boston was just one big mistake--Goodreads.com. [Suggest a different description.]
Author Bio for Loring, Emilie
Emilie Loring (1866-1951) was an American romance author. Her books were often characterized as "drugstore-and-newsstand romantic novels". Her stories tended towards formulaic motifs but apparently that is what her readers wanted as she sold over a million copies of her books. (Time magazine)
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