(Still a Woman, by Rene Chambe, was published in 1932, and is described thus by its publicity copy:
A novel translated from the French.)
She was a Roumanian Countess - charming - lovely.
He was a Frenchman, and very human.
[They meet in times of war. It is very stressful and romantic.]
What is she to do?
This is a modern novel telling one of the most appealing love stories that have been written in this decade.