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Josephine most sensible has all of it discovered. simply seventeen, she's been to school, she has her personal hairdressing store and she or he refuses to be distracted from her targets. at the very least until eventually good-looking George Brooks starts to pursue her. Jojo is not trying to find romance, yet she allows George to name on her.Adam Morgan has continually been a Casanova, and no lady is resistant to his allure. but if he comes domestic wounded from the struggle among the States, it is a woman he used to name "Pest" who is turning his head. All grown up, Jojo is being courted by means of one other soldier, and Adam is aware it'd be silly to play along with her middle. in spite of this, he simply cannot get the headstrong girl off his mind.For her half, Jojo cannot deny her starting to be emotions for Adam. yet he is constantly been this sort of flirt—he cannot in all probability be occupied with her. in addition to, she has George falling in every single place himself to thrill her. because the battle rages on, Adam's emotions for Jojo develop more advantageous, yet Jojo's decision to withstand him does, too. something is apparent, although: Jojo is a lady who continuously will get what she desires, occasionally despite herself.
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Jo decided she would take Mrs. Oswald up on her offer. Heaven forbid anything should happen to the soldiers in her family, but if any of them were wounded or hurt, Jo knew she would want someone to be kind to them while they recuperated. ” Trudy nodded. ” Jo saw the man in question. He had chocolate-brown skin and a nice face indeed. She laughed. ” “Engaged isn’t married,” Trudy cracked. “I think you need to go back to Bert,” Jo responded. ” Jo worried about her friend sometimes, and this was one of those times.
Oswald, if that wouldn’t be considered too forward. According to Jo’s mama, not all of the soldiers they’d met today were friends of Mrs. Oswald’s son, Calvin. Some of the men had been sent to stay with Mrs. Oswald by the veterans’ home in Grand Rapids to recuperate before being ordered back South to fight. Others were on their way home and simply waiting to be retrieved by family members. Jo wondered what category George fit into. She had no plans to fall in love with him or anything like that; she planned to leave such silliness to Trudy, but Jo would be the first to admit that she wouldn’t mind seeing George again.
It had begun in church, with her mama and the other choir members singing beautifully, and ended with the visit to Mrs. Oswald’s and George. George. She had no trouble conjuring up his smile or his memorable brown eyes. Maybe the next time they met she would ask him how he’d been injured, and how long he planned to stay with Mrs. Oswald, if that wouldn’t be considered too forward. According to Jo’s mama, not all of the soldiers they’d met today were friends of Mrs. Oswald’s son, Calvin. Some of the men had been sent to stay with Mrs.