Star Crossed lovers fight family and societal restrictions to get married and stay together. In the end, an obvious plot twist is usurped by an unpredictable one! This romance sweetly captured young love. It was compact, wholesome, and eschewed the values of the early 20th century--a type of romance novel parents wouldn't mind letting their teens read. The most passionate scene is when the hero and heroine spin around gaily in a meadow.