Toby is a very plausible young scoundrel: good at winning confidences - and also at staving off troublesome emotions. On the point of leaving Cambridge, he meets Maisie, who is beautiful, tense and vulnerable. She falls in love. He does not. He takes what he can, as young men do. But Maisie tries to force the issue, and he makes off - warned by a friend's disastrous shotgun marriage. There will always be other girls, more cheerful and just as willing . . . And Toby never worries about minor problems like the way separation ...

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