Patricia Fentriss, the flapper daughter of a wealthy family, is in love with Cary Scott, a former lover of her mother's. She refuses to marry him, because she believes marriage is the death of all love. At a yachting party given by a profligate violinist, she faces real evil. Her better self asserts itself. She jumps into the river. A sailor rescues her, and she returns to Scott.
Exhibitor's Trade Review (December 1923)
AN INTIMATE SOCIETY EXPOSE! to Which the Author Didn't Dare Sign His Own Name. (Print Ad- Oswego ((N. Y.)) Daily Times, 20 October 1924)
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I vote to light up the swimming pool and take a plunge - anyway we like!