Isidora had been interviewed, and photographed in her best hat.
Isidora asked in a confidential, yet somewhat doubtful, tone.
If Isidora would talk a little more, and you eat a little more, I think you would be the most agreeable little ladies I know.
Involuntarily he glanced at Isidora, who looked up at him beseechingly.
No customers had come in yet, and Isidora insisted that Mr. Gordon should have his breakfast.
Isidora won't marry the Cohen man—after all that's happened.
I told Isidora of my morning adventure; but I suppressed the fact, that an evening interview was to follow it.
My Isidora has desired my presence, And strange, admits me in the open day.
Isidora hastened to put that idea out of P. Gordon's mind, once and for ever.
They were wedded, so Isidora believed, by a hermit in a ruined monastery.