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The advent of a more liberal society has revolutionized the life of the modern American woman, opening up new vistas both professionally and personally. As with most social revolutions, however, the changes are apt to be slow and sporadic, leaving untouched many of those it hopes to reach.
One occupation, that of the secretary, reflects the uneven progress of social change-women entering this field have long been considered slow witted and easy, with little consideration given to their true personalities of capabilities.
Living in this shadow and its traditions, the woman in this story, Mandy Jameson, casts a new light onto a profession long stereotyped. Both ambitious and adventurous, she finds herself suddenly confronted by a sexual depravity which challenges her curiosity.
SECRETARY IN HEAT-a chronicle of our times. The story of a woman trapped in a tide of lust and passion.
Everything was going so perfectly it was almost scary. Mandy was aware of the cab driver’s glances in the mirror as he drove. Did he suspect that she’d run away from home? She tried to remember that she had to act confident. She was twenty three, not nineteen. Who would know the difference? And after all, running away from home at nineteen . . . no, twenty three wasn’t any big deal. Besides, she already had a job waiting for her and reservations at the Central Hotel in downtown Bay City. No one was going to say anything. In this bustling city, no one would give her a second look. But what was that driver looking at?
“Central Hotel,” he said, pulling to the curb. “Not the ritziest joint in town, but not the worst either.” While Mandy fumbled in her purse, he leaned an arm against the back of his seat and watched her, his jaws working a big piece of gum. “Where you from, anyhow?”
“Out of town.” Mandy was trying to think of how much to tip a cabdriver. She’d never had that problem in Haysville. Haysville didn’t even have one cab.
“You know, if I had a chick like you working with me, we could make a killing.”
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