Rosalee Winston, taken to the Pacific Islands for her health by her mother's wealthy friend, supposed that she would inherit Myrtle Corvalis' fortune. But the elderly widow at her death bequeathed nothing but a letter to Rosalee, explaining therein her decision to leave her charge practically penniless.
Will Mr Luther Grange, the man who avows his love for her, remain true when he discovers that there is no inheritance forthcoming?
In the final chapter, learn how Rosie, who now can appreciate her guardian's foresight, plans to repay a debt to her 'on true man.'
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