Aurelia Wilde is cruelly selfish and downright miserable-a victim of her mother's desperate attempts to place her delicate 'prized possession' on an unreachable pedestal. But her glory is only surface deep. Aurelia's complaining spirit is a stark contrast to that of her servant-girl, Doris, who knows that in spite of life's troubles, she will one day 'dwell in the house of the Lord forever.' Her many talents and cheerful disposition cause her to be loved and appreciated, even by the notable residents of Waverly Manor. How jealousy swells within Aurelia's vengeful mother! She'll get even yet.288 pages, hardcover. Written in 1914.