Una of the Garden
By L.M. Montgomery
It was pleasant to look at Eric Murray himself, a tall, broad-shouldered young guy that he had stable grayish-blue eyes and thick wavy brown hair. He was the most popular member of his graduation class and the most enviable because his father was a millionaire and Eric was his only son. Mr. Murray was a kind-hearted, old gentleman who loved his boy. This is a good story with its own morality.